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As global cash flow has become more of a necessity than an option, the majority of financial institutions are now performing some type of combined ratio analysis. The issue lies in the fact that there are several methods of global cash flow analysis being used. And some lead to erroneous conclusions. Once regulators and the economic environment made GCF analysis imperative, financial institutions started implementing some form of GCF calculation to satisfy credit risk management pressures, even if it was not the most accurate method available. It is vital for financial institutions to review their GCF analysis to ensure they are lending safely and productively. 

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