Risk scoring model

  • How do I interpret a risk score?

    Cytora risk scores are particularly useful as relative measures of the risk of loss for a commerc...

    Cytora risk scores are particularly useful as relative measures of the risk of loss for a commercial property. The scores are ...

    Cytora risk scores are particularly useful as relative measures of the risk of loss for a commercial property. The s...

    Cytora risk scores are particularly useful as relative measures of the risk of loss for a commercial property. The scores are presented on an A–F scale (note there is no E!). A portfolio...

  • Why is there no risk score for a property?

    This depends on whether a property was identified by our risk engine or not. If a property was no...

    This depends on whether a property was identified by our risk engine or not. If a property was not identified This is due to in...

    This depends on whether a property was identified by our risk engine or not. If a property was not identified This is...

    This depends on whether a property was identified by our risk engine or not. If a property was not identified This is due to insufficient or incorrect address data being sent to us - for ...

  • Are risk scores available for properties used for both residential and commercial purposes?

    Yes, properties that are used for both residential and commercial purposes are assigned a risk sc...

    Yes, properties that are used for both residential and commercial purposes are assigned a risk score. If a property does not ha...

    Yes, properties that are used for both residential and commercial purposes are assigned a risk score. If a property d...

    Yes, properties that are used for both residential and commercial purposes are assigned a risk score. If a property does not have a risk score, it may be due to other reasons.

  • Does the overall risk score take into account properties with no risk score?

    No, properties with no risk score do not contribute to the overall risk score.

    No, properties with no risk score do not contribute to the overall risk score.

    No, properties with no risk score do not contribute to the overall risk score.

    No, properties with no risk score do not contribute to the overall risk score.

  • What do the key drivers mean?

    Key drivers give underwriters a better understanding of why a risk has a particular risk score. T...

    Key drivers give underwriters a better understanding of why a risk has a particular risk score. They are designed to help you u...

    Key drivers give underwriters a better understanding of why a risk has a particular risk score. They are designed to ...

    Key drivers give underwriters a better understanding of why a risk has a particular risk score. They are designed to help you understand a risk and provide information that helps you just...