New Regs Slowing Down Ratings, Deals

Credit rating agencies are feeling the weight of new regulations, causing delays in primary new issuance by up to two weeks, according to bankers.

  • 28 Jan 2011

-- Daniel O’Leary

Credit rating agencies are feeling the weight of new regulations, causing delays in primary new issuance by up to two weeks, according to bankers. The main issues are the repeal of rule 436g by the Dodd-Frank Act’s section 939 and dealing with rule 17g-5. The repeal ...

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