The Graydon Score

The Graydon Score shows the degree of credit risk.

The AAA score is the highest score and indicates the lowest possible risk. The C score is the weakest score and points to a very high risk. Companies with a score D are in a state of bankruptcy. NR means that a score could not be established because the company is passive. The chance of bankruptcy indicates how great the risk is that the company encounters serious financial problems and goes bankrupt. The lower the percentage, the lower the risk.

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A wealth of information can be obtained from data. It comes down to collecting, combining and analysing the relevant data and then converting it into valuable insights. Preferably in the form of an easy to interpret score, which makes it possible to make quick and efficient decisions.


Graydon has an enormous database with company information and (predictive) scores. All data can be accessed via APIs in your own systems. Once linked, all departments within your company have immediate access to the most recent data. In short, with Graydon's APIs you can quickly and easily integrate business data and scores into the systems and applications you are familiar with.