She Ying

  Enterprise "health codes" will benefit companies that abide by the rules, and make small companies panic.

To implement this measure, the design of indicators must be scientific and reasonable, and can accurately reflect the real situation of the enterprise; the technical level of supervision must keep up, and big data can be used to mine and correlate various information of the enterprise; Only by strengthening the coordination of information can we outline the whole picture of the credit of the enterprise.

  The new crown pneumonia epidemic has made everyone familiar with the "health code", whether it is a high-risk group or not, just scan it to know.

So, how can outsiders know whether the company is "healthy" and whether there is a risk of dishonesty?

Recently, with the approval of the State Council, the State Administration for Market Regulation issued a notice deciding to implement enterprise credit risk classification management.

Simply put, according to the credit risk status, enterprises are divided into four categories: low credit risk (category A), moderate credit risk (category B), high credit risk (category C), and high credit risk (category D). Internal reference for configuring governance resources.

  This is equivalent to adding a "health code" to the enterprise: Class D is approximately equal to the "red code", which must be strictly controlled; Class C is approximately equal to the "yellow code", which must be carefully managed; Class A and B are approximately equal to the "green code".

This is just an analogy, and how to differentiate regulation in practice remains to be further clarified.

But it is certain that the "health code" of enterprises will benefit companies that abide by the rules, and make companies that engage in petty actions panic.

  Supervision "simplifies complexity" because management methods are also being iteratively upgraded.

At present, there are more than 150 million market entities in my country, including more than 47 million enterprises.

In contrast, the law enforcement team of the regulatory authorities is only a "fraction", relying on traditional manpower to mark and visit one by one, even if they "run and break their legs", it is difficult to find out the situation.

At the same time, new business forms and new models are developing vigorously, and traditional supervision methods are difficult to adapt to the needs of supervision under the new situation, and there is an urgent need to change the supervision methods.