The PayNet Canadian Small Business Delinquency Index (CSBDI) is designed to gauge small business financial stress and default risk, providing early warning signals of future insolvency across multiple sectors of the economy.
BENEFITS TO USERS
The PayNet Canadian Business Delinquency Index provides insight to financial services executives, economists, policy makers and regulators in order to understand the stage of the business cycle and to set credit oversight policies.
The index captures the percentage of small business loans that are 31-90 days past due or 91-180 days past due on a national level, by major province or region, and by major industry. Calculations are derived from the most recent loan performance for a large sample of commercial and industrial lenders in PayNet’s Canadian database, including both loans and leases for which data is available.
The index is calculated and published monthly as follows:
To learn about the methodology and predictive qualities of the CBLI, please read our White Papers.
Download Canadian Commercial Credit Indices Methodology - White Paper
Download Examining the Canadian Business Delinquency Indices (CBDI) as Indicators of Economic Trends and Financial Stress- White Paper
The PayNet CSBDI is further segmented into 9 distinct industry segments.
The PayNet CSBDI is also segmented into 7 distinct regional segments.
Download See the most recent PayNet Canadian COMMERCIAL CREDIT TRENDS CHARTS.
Download Review national PayNet CSBDI historical data. (XLS)
To track the PayNet CBDI on an ongoing basis, we encourage you to regularly visit the PayNet Risk Insight Suite®.
PayNet Canadian Business Delinquency Index (CBDI) is particularly useful for five functions of the lending process.