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Credit Expo seeks foreign partners for programme

An Irish company that has devised a patented credit risk management programme is in negotiations with major British, Canadian and Indian software vendors about new collaborations and potential investment.

11th June, 2011

An Irish company that has devised a patented credit risk management programme is in negotiations with major British, Canadian and Indian software vendors about new collaborations and potential investment.

Credit Expo was set up a decade ago by Pat Shallow, a former economist and building society managing director.

The company has developed a product called EMC (empirical credit management),which can be individually adapted to measure the exposure to default on the loan books of financial...

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