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The SEC will reportedly charge ratings agency Egan-Jones with misstatements on its regulatory...

The SEC will reportedly charge ratings agency Egan-Jones with misstatements on its regulatory application. The news follows a story from earlier this week that the SEC had concerns over the firm's internal procedures and staffing levels before it ever gave it approval to rate bonds.
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  • Bill S. Friend
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    What a travesty of justice. Where are the charges for S&P, Reuters, and Moody's?
    20 Apr 2012, 08:36 AM Reply Like
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