Articles tagged with: Credit Rating Agencies
“The undersigned national consumer organizations would like to express our strong opposition to H.R. 347 (Royce and Hinojosa), the misleadingly-named “Facilitating Access to Credit Act of 2015.” This bill would unnecessarily allow credit bureaus to be exempt from coverage by the Credit Repair Organizations Act (CROA).”
Litigation Daily’s Susan Beck nudges the probable next SEC chair to take on the rating agencies and their built-in conflict of interest.
Click here to view AFR’s comment letter to the SEC regarding the study on assigned credit ratings for structured finance products mandated by section 939F (Franken Amendment) of Dodd-Frank. We said it is vitally important …
Franken Pursues Tighter Oversight of Rating Agencies
Ben Protess (Dealbook/NYT)
September 1, 2011
“The Dodd-Frank Act cracked down on the credit rating agencies, the firms that awarded rosy ratings to bonds backed by junky mortgages, but some lawmakers …
Americans for Financial Reform (AFR) hosted a conference call with reporters and bloggers on Thursday, September 1, 2011 to discuss problems in the oversight of the major credit rating agencies and ways to achieve better ratings agency accountability under the Dodd Frank Act.
Click here to view this week’s highlights and lowlights in Wall Street Reform – June 11, 2011 – June 17, 2011.
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Read the letter here.
April 25, 2011
Ms. Elizabeth Murphy
Securities and Exchange Commission
100 F Street, NE Washington, DC 20549-1090
Re: RIN 3235-AL02: “Proposed Amendments to Remove References to Credit Ratings in Rule 2a-7 Under The Investment Company Act …