The non-exclusive agreement with New York-based S&P, announced at Algorithmics’ credit conference in Vienna on November 8-9, will enable the Toronto-based risk management systems developer to package a range of S&P data, such as ratings, default probabilities and loan pricing information, with its credit analytics, including the Algo Portfolio Credit Risk Engine and Algo Credit eValuator (ACV) loan portfolio valuation software.
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