onsdag 11 juli 2012

Och nu REKLAM....



Trött på ratingbyråer som tar politiska hänsyn? Pröva en av de som inte sitter i politikernas knä istället för meningslösa tjänster från Moody´s, S&P och Fitch... De sistnämnda klarade sig i USA från stämningar enbart genom att hävda att deras ratingbedömningar bara var uttryck för "free speech" snarare än något vettigt som du som kund kunde ha nytta av...

Så här beskriver sig Egan-Jones själva.

Accurate...Timely...Independent...Ratings.

We are very proud of our history of highly accurate corporate ratings and their contribution to preservation of portfolio value and incremental returns.
Egan-Jones Ratings is an independent NRSRO and not paid by corporations issuing bonds. Our only mission is to assist our buy-side institutional clients through accurate, risk averse, market sensitive credit ratings with predictive value. Clients will take care of the rest.
Our unbiased, rules-based methodology and corporate credit ratings with zero issuer influence on approximately 1,000 very widely held IG, Crossover and HY corporations assist clients minimize portfolio risk and exploit unrecognized opportunity.
While Egan-Jones is unique and unquestionably a performance driven NRSRO ratings product and excels in many areas, our greatest attribute and added value is helping clients preserve portfolio value and achieve incremental returns across asset classes.
Some clients tell us our forward looking predictive value ratings and analytics gives them a small edge.
Some say a not-so-small edge.

Citat från ständiga inspirationskällan Mish om E-J´s senaste "news" (vänster bloggrulle)
Credit rating agency Egan-Jones lowered Austria's rating to A from A-plus and cut the rating on the Netherlands to A from AA-minus. Both ratings have a negative watch.

Northern European countries will absorb the cost of shoring up ailing neighbors, Egan-Jones said in separate statements on each rating action.

And with Spain and potentially Italy looking for support, "two major economies will switch from providers to users of funds. Our view is that the longer the euro crisis continues, the lower the ultimate recoveries," the statements read.
Big-3 Behind the Curve

The always behind the times "Big Three" (Moody's, Fitch, and the S&P) maintain AAA status on the Netherlands, with Fitch alone having a negative watch.


(Nej detta är inte betald reklam utan snarare som jag antar de flesta förstår ett försök till spark på de storföretag som inte gör sitt jobb och därmed förtjänar att förlora kunder till nya effektivare och duktigare aktörer)



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