There are many ways that banks and financial institutions evaluate a business in terms of its creditworthiness. For example, one of the most important measures is cash flow.
A business with a strong cash flow typically scores better in the creditworthiness department than one which is cash-strapped. Lenders will always look to the cash flows to see whether the business will be able to cover the interest repayments on the loans and maintain profitable operations simultaneously.
Of course, management needs to keep an eye on all aspects of the business.
Effective leadership at top management, middle management and lower management levels will also be considered when evaluating the performance of a business for credit facilities.…Continue reading