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Scope China A+
OECD Sri Lanka 7
Scope United Kingdom AA
OECD Hong Kong 2
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Overview

Name:
EuroRating
Abbreviation:
ERAPL
Country of Residence:
Poland
Webpage:
Languages spoken:
English, Polish

EuroRating Sp.z o.o. is a Credit Rating agency based in Poland operating since 2007, specialized in credit risk assessment of corporations and financial institutions. 

Registered as CRA in the EU:
Yes
Certified as CRA in the EU:
No
ECAI Status:
European Union

EuroRating is registered as CRA with ESMA since May 7th, 2014.

Since its ESMA registration, EuroRating is also a recognized ECAI across the whole European Union.

On November 1st, 2016, the following mapping of ECAI ratings to the 6 Credit Quality Steps under the Standardized approach for Banks (Capital Requirements Regulation, CRR) and the 7 Steps under Solvency II for insurances in the EU entered into force:

 

Note that additional rating scales may have been mapped. To view all mappings, login with your account and read the “RP Research” on this agency. To see how this agency’s mapping compares with other agencies, please read our dedicated page on the EU ECAIs.


EuroRating is considered a small Credit rating agency for the purpose of Article 8d of CRAIII. 

Market Segments Covered:
Other Corporates, Financial Institutions
Countries Covered:
Poland
Business Model:
Issuer-pays

Business model: EuroRating operates under the “issuer-pays” model.

Coverage: EuroRating covers companies and financial institutions (banks, guarantee funds). The agency offers credit ratings for entities from Poland and from other EU countries

Availability of ratings and reports at website: the list of non-financial corporate rated (including the rating) is available here: http://www.eurorating.com/en/ratings/corporate

For banks, ratings can be looked up here: http://www.eurorating.com/en/ratings/banks