Volume 2014 - Number 18
August 29, 2014
SEC Sets New Rule for Ratings, Due Diligence
The Securities and Exchange Commission this week approved a final rule with new requirements for rating services and due diligence providers. The rule was approved on a 3-2 vote, with the SEC’s two Republican-appointed commissioners chafing at standards required by the Dodd-Frank Act. Among other provisions, the SEC is requiring nationally recognized statistical rating organizations to strengthen their internal controls, establish new procedures designed to protect the integrity of rating methods ...
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