Man Who Knew Too Much on Ratings Says They Aren’t MeaningfulZeke Faux
Ratings companies, whose scores have helped determine the cost of money for governments and businesses for more than a century, are no longer trusted by the world’s biggest investors, according to the former head of structured finance at Standard & Poor’s.
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