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The day of reckoning is near. Somewhere around March 2, Standard & Poor’s expects to start evaluating nonfinancial companies’ enterprise risk management (ERM) programs, and then factoring their assessments into credit ratings. The goal is to anticipate a crisis before it makes headlines, says Steven J. Dreyer, S&P primary credit analyst. Some companies already have expressed concern about how S&P analysts can judge and score such amorphous information.

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