S&P Faces Monopoly Abuse Charges

The European Commission has formally charged Standard & Poor’s with violating competition regulations through license fees it imposes on fund managers.

  • 20 Nov 2009
The European Commission has formally charged Standard & Poor’s with violating competition regulations through license fees it imposes on fund managers. At the center of the allegations are the international securities identification numbers, which are used to identify bonds, equities and other securities. According to the EC, S&P ...

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