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Payments pattern

Describes the collection pattern of receivables. The pattern might describe the probability that a 72-day-old account will still be unpaid when it is 73 days-old.

Payments Pattern

The likelihood of a company to receive its accounts receivable by a certain point in time. That is, if most accounts are paid in 10 days and a certain account is unpaid after 25 days, the payments pattern would state that the account is unlikely to be paid in 26 days.
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We separated commercial lines into three broad categories based on the duration of their loss payment patterns: short-, medium- and long-tail.
as part of this procurement, there is a desire to move towards a product which supports rent arrears trend data and analysis to differentiate between technical and non-technical arrears (customer payment patterns etc).
The study, 'Cashless Cities: Realizing the Benefits of Digital Payments' which researched on payment patterns of 100 cities from 80 countries reveals that by 2032, cashless payments could increase Karachi's employment by 4.7 per cent and accentuate GDP growth rate with 14.3 basis points.
The study titled, 'Cashless Cities: Realizing the Benefits of Digital Payments' in research encompassing 'payment patterns of 100 cities from 80 countries' divulged that by 2032, cashless payments could increase Karachi's employment by 4.7 percent and accentuate GDP growth rate with 14.3 basis points.
Closely monitoring relationships with suppliers and customers--particularly payment patterns from customers--is essential.
Payment patterns around the world have changed considerably.
While borrowers seem to benefit from LIFT, in terms of more consistent on-time payment patterns and all the benefits such behaviors bring, the benefits to lenders are less clear.
Business scholars present their research findings into such aspects of finance as stock valuation using the dividend discount model: an internal rate of return approach, the relationship between dividend payment patterns and firm characteristics, options to choose among the most profitable of several states in the physical realm and the information realm, stock returns and financial distress risk: evidence from the Asian-Pacific markets, and the effect of derivatives on the index of bank stability in emerging countries: evidence and discussion.
Payix also offers its clients business intelligence solutions to help them better understand their customers' payment patterns and communication preferences.
Although some reforms took place in the medical insurance payment patterns, the rapid growth of medical expenditure has not slowed down significantly.[sup][22] At present, in most areas of China, the dominant payment pattern is still FFS.[sup][23] Disadvantages of this approach have been revealed during the long-term operation because of the information imbalance, the medical institution has the motivation to provide excessive or expensive medical services, which easily results in supplier-induced demand and excessive medical care.[sup][24],[25] For this reason, Chinese medical insurance management department has to make various medical insurance lists and detailed health regulations.
OneBeacon's reserve composition has shifted over time as the underwriting portfolio migrated towards specialty lines that tend to have short to medium tail loss payment patterns. Greater loss reserve stability is also fostered by the company's recent sale of run-off business segments and higher reinsurance utilization on current business.
As Japanese consumers rapidly shift from cash to card payments, their payment patterns are rapidly changing.