Banks may be the latest victims of a continuing drive by rating agencies to impose harsher tests on highly-rated structured finance products, analysts said.
Author: Mark Pengelly
Source: Risk magazine
| 26 Mar 2009
Categories: Credit Risk, Credit Derivatives
Topics: Lehman Brothers, Citi, Moody's, Fitch, Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, Standard & Poor’s (S&P)
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