A model, developed in 1970s, which evaluates the credit risk of a company’s debt using market information as the basis. Named after financial scholar Robert C. Merton, brokerage firm analysts and some investors apply this model to determine a firm’s capability to service its debt, meet financial obligations, and gauge the overall credit default potential.
Also called Asset Value Model.
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