Financial pricing for the 21st century

As financial markets have continued to unravel and the industry seeks ways to combat systemic flaws, third-party valuation of illiquid assets has become vital. With toxicity abundant, effects have been severe and widespread. The need for any form of capital, and any degree of certainty, has forced banks to price their holdings, even when assets are no longer tradable because markets have frozen up.

In order to reflect these conditions, institutions have posted huge writedowns on their assets in

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