In danger of extinction

Credit analysts will soon no longer be able to perform an integral part of their job – analyse – if FSA proposals to eliminate conflicts of interest in research are implemented in full. Unsurprisingly, the research community is voicing its concerns, as Philip Moore reports

Key points • Research professionals are concerned that the FSA’s consultation paper CP205 does not recognise crucial differences between equity and credit.
• Some predict that the emphasis on eliminating conflicts of interest will make the job of credit analyst almost unworkable.
• Others point out that the European market must come into line with the US market, with its tighter regulatory control.

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