Lawmakers Pitch Greater ESMA Powers Over CRAs

European Union lawmakers want to hand to a pan-European securities regulator power to directly fine credit rating agencies for breaches of operating and reporting rules, as well as the ability to carry out random checks on ratings and conduct deeper assessments of their methodologies.

  • 24 Nov 2010

—Hugh Leask

European Union lawmakers want to hand to a pan-European securities regulator power to directly fine credit rating agencies for breaches of operating and reporting rules, as well as the ability to carry out random checks on ratings and conduct deeper assessments of their methodologies. The plans are ...

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