Demand for risk analysis rockets

Le Gouais, Marcel
May 2008
Mortgage Strategy;5/12/2008, p13
Trade Publication
The article reports on the developments surrounding the Bank of England (BoE). The rescue package of the BoE has been driving demand for portfolio risk analysis in Great Britain. UKValuation, automated valuation models provider, that it hits its annual sales target for risk analysis in the first quarter of 2008 due to the Special Liquidity Scheme of the BoE.


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