VantageScore is the first and only tri-bureau credit scoring model to incorporate trended credit data and advanced machine learning for deeper risk assessments. It's capable of predicting the likelihood of a consumer becoming 90+ days delinquent within 24 months of scoring.
A patented hallmark of VantageScore is the ability to deploy the same model independently at Equifax, Experian and TransUnion, which results in a highly predictive and consistent consumer credit score.
Trended Credit Data Supports Deeper Risk Assessments
Trended credit data reflects changes in credit behaviors over time, in contrast to the static, individual credit history records that have long been available in consumer credit files and used in generic scoring models.
With VantageScore, you'll get deeper, more meaningful insights into consumers’ credit risk profiles with trended credit data.
Trended credit data
Takes into account the trajectory of borrower behaviors for better risk assessment.
Innovative machine learning techniques
Generate a more accurate credit score for those with sparse credit histories.
National Consumer Assistance Plan (NCAP)-related considerations
Aligns with changes in credit-bureau handing of public records and collections data.
Improves consistency across all three nationwide credit reporting agencies
Uses an identical tri-bureau credit score algorithm for more consistent scores.
VantageScore Creates an Instant Competitive Advantage
VantageScore sets a new standard for predictive performance and modeling innovation. Trended credit data takes into account the trajectory of borrower behaviors for deeper risk assessment, while innovative machine learning techniques deliver accurate and consistent consumers scores — even for those with sparse credit files.
Strengthen predictive ability, evaluate thin- and no-file consumers with confidence, improve portfolio performance and mitigate risk with VantageScore.
Bankruptcy Navigator Index 5.0
Maximize your portfolio profitability and protect against the immediate, long-term or surprise risk of bankruptcy