Oct 20, 2021: Now it’s official: After 10 years we have a brand new website! Apart from the framework (we switched from MediaWiki to WordPress) and the design, we also cleaned up the whole platform. More than 1’000 content sites and more than 600 user accounts have been migrated. Of course some technical background processes have been optimized as well. We hope that you like our new website – if you have ideas and proposals, feel free to contact us!
Oct 3, 2021: We celebrate our special Anniversary! 10 years ago Wikirating officially went online. Since then a lot happened. Similar initiatives for unbiased credit ratings, such as INCRA (supported by the Bertelsmann Foundation) or an ‘European Rating Agency’ (supported by Roland Berger management consultancy), failed a couple of years ago – but not Wikirating. We are very proud that we managed to continue our engagement for transparent and unbiased credit ratings until today. There still is a long path to go, but we are very confident about our future. This month we will announce some exciting news – stay tuned!
Aug 11, 2021: Resilience and New Ways to Rate a Company – by Wikirating supporter Dr. Jacek Marczyk – Probability of Default (PoD) of a company is the central concept behind a conventional rating. Ratings constitute a fundamental link between markets and investors. Their importance cannot be overstated. However, traditional ratings, according to the Credit Rating Agencies themselves, are merely opinions …
Wikirating evaluates sovereign credit ratings which consider economic indicators – for nearly all countries in the world. The results are compared to the latest ratings of the common rating agencies.
We maintain the most comprehensive list of credit/crypto rating agencies (accredited/not accredited by SEC, ESMA, FINMA and other regulators) in the world.
This area is intended to be the container for all used data/documents on Wikirating. It concerns textual reports, direct (raw) data, as well as derived (computed) data files in a common and convenient format for computing.
Wikirating is a global organization for credit ratings, its methods and accordant data. It offers transparent and unbiased information for investors, analysts, economists and everyone interested in credit ratings. Our key areas are: