New Requirements For Credit Raters Down Under

The Australian Securities and Investments Commission has introduced new requirements for credit rating agencies operating inn the country.

  • 13 Nov 2009
The Australian Securities and Investments Commission has introduced new requirements for credit rating agencies operating inn the country. Effective Jan. 1, credit rating agencies will be required to obtain an Australian Financial Services license, which obligates them, among other things, to manage conflicts of interest, have adequate resources ...

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