The H-Score® measures a company’s financial health. It is derived from a company’s published financial results and quantifies how closely the accounts resemble those of companies which subsequently failed.
Displayed graphically over five years, on a scale of 0 (weakest) to 100 (strongest).
Companies with an H-Score of 25 or less are placed in the Warning Area. Not all companies in the Warning Area will fail, however, of the companies that do fail, the vast majority were in the Company Watch Warning Area prior to collapse.
The H-Score analytics look at a company's financial position from a number of aspects including profit management, working capital management, liquidity, and how the assets are funded.
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