Campos Mulls Laws For Raters

Hume, Lynn
March 2006
Bond Buyer;3/7/2006, Vol. 355 Issue 32333, p1
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the views of Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) member Roel Campos, about the actions taken the credit rating agencies and SEC to established a voluntary oversight system for the rating agencies. Campos was disappointed on the delay of finalization of the regulation. He suggested that there would be an outside independent auditor that would issue a report for evaluation.


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