Bankers And Rating Agencies Split Over 17g-5

The industry is split over the effectiveness of the Securities and Exchange Commission's rule 17g-5 with bankers ratings agency officials taking different stances on the initiative at the American Securitization Forum's annual meeting in Washington.

  • 22 Jun 2011

--Daniel O'Leary

The industry is split over the effectiveness of the Securities and Exchange Commission's rule 17g-5 with bankers ratings agency officials taking different stances on the initiative at the American Securitization Forum's annual meeting in Washington.

James Ahern, global head of securitization at Société Générale, said the reform ...

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