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fico

(ˈfiːkəʊ)
n, pl -coes
1. a worthless trifle
2. another word for fig17
[C16: from Italian: fig1]
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Credit card issuers are the largest users of credit scores and these eight lenders are sharing the actual FICO Scores they acquire for consumer risk management decisions.
Analytic software leader FICO has seen strong demand by telecommunications providers for the FICO Score to use in securitization.
Participants will have a choice of sessions presented by FICO experts, including consultants from Fair Isaac Advisors, FICOs consultancy group.
The Score Open Access program launched in November 2013 and enables Americans to receive the same FICO scores purchased and used by lenders.
FICO Origination Manager addresses the challenges of tighter credit and regulatory environments by allowing organizations to be nimble and responsive to market forces and new compliance requirements.
which tabulates the famous FICO score named for it, found that financial problems actually create more stress than infidelity.
95), who says "the truth of the matter is, you will get the highest FICO score if you pay off the entire balance each month.
The FICO Expansion score can tap nontraditional sources of consumer data to assess the credit risk of this underserved market of adults with "thin" or no credit history.
Under FIRREA, proceeds of FICO bonds now go to the FSLIC Resolution Fund, but the $10.
Millennial credit line app Lenny has partnered with FICO (NYSE: FICO) to provide students and post-grads with their FICO[R] Score, the standard measure of consumer credit risk, the company said.
Shop Directs enterprise fraud management solution, built using the FICO Decision Management Suite, monitors every online purchase on the groups retail sites, Very.