The European Commission (EC) is planning an “intensive review” of credit rating agencies after the slew of recent rating actions on securities affected by poorly performing US subprime mortgages.
Author: Mark Pengelly
Source: Risk magazine
| 16 Aug 2007
Categories: Credit Derivatives, Regulation
Topics: Moody's, Fitch, European Commission (EC), European Union (EU), Standard & Poor’s (S&P)
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