Loans and leasing

How does the bank evaluate my creditworthiness?

Credit rating is formed by evaluating and summing up various criteria according to a special formula - credit history, income and expense ratio, length of service in the current job, type of income source and other factors. Each customer is getting an individual credit rating. Based on this, the bank determines the level of a person's creditworthiness, the available interest rate and the available lending services.

If a person applies for a consumer loan, the bank checks the submitted data. It checks the client's income indicated in the questionnaire, and it is evaluated whether late payments have been registered. If the debt was more than two years ago, the credit rating will be better than for a recent debtor or an existing debtor. This means that everyone can improve their creditworthiness by paying off their debts.

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