Credit investors get political in debate over stricter rules

  • 28 Nov 2003
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Credit investors gathered at a seminar at the Houses of Parliament in London this week  and sent one overriding message — one set of rules will not fit all issuers.

JP Morgan organised the discussion to further the debate sparked by the paper published by 26 UK and European investors in early October, ...

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