Credit Rating is an opinion of a credit rating agency about credit worthiness of a company or a government. Bank of Scotland is rated by Fitch and Moody's.
Credit ratings assigned to Bank of Scotland as of June 2020 are shown in details in the following sections.
Long-term issuer default rating is Fitch's view of a credit institution's relative vulnerability to default on its financial obligations, for Bank of Scotland it is set to A+ (high credit quality), outlook is negative (may be lowered). The rating is not on watch. Short-term issuer default rating for Bank of Scotland is set to F1 (highest short-term credit quality).
|Long-Term Issuer Default Rating||A+|
|Short-Term Issuer Default Rating||F1|
|Support Rating Floor||NF|
Viability rating for Bank of Scotland is set to a (high fundamental credit quality); support rating is 5 (there is a possibility of external support, but it cannot be relied upon); support rating floor is NF (no floor; no reasonable presumption of potential support being forthcoming).
Long-term rating for Bank of Scotland it is set to Aa2 (high grade). Long-term bank deposit rating is Aa3 (high grade). Baseline credit assessment is a3. Short-term rating is set to P-1 (superior ability to repay short-term debt obligations).
|Long-Term Bank Deposit Rating||Aa3|
|Baseline Credit Assessment||a3|
Outlook for the ratings of Bank of Scotland is set to negative (may be lowered).