Credit Card Glossary: Terms and Definitions
The Z score is a a bankruptcy-prediction model introduced by New York University professor Edward Altman in 1968. The Z score’s formula assigns values to five financial ratios to gauge how likely it is that a manufacturing or industrial firm will go bankrupt.
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