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  • Type: Business and industry issue
  • Date: 4/15/2011

Credit Risk Management for the Changing Landscape 

This article discusses multiple credit risk challenges faced by utilities today and techniques they can employ to mitigate these risks when managing consumer and small business receivables.
Credit Risk Management
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The sources of risk are both external and internal and have implications for the future.


Also looming are Smart Grid Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) enhancements, for which policies and operation strategies are not prepared. Fortunately, some leading practices to help utilities mitigate credit risk challenges and prepare for the future are available.


 

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