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The Governance of Credit Rating Agencies

Regulatory Regimes and Liability Issues

Andrea Miglionico

The global crisis revealed that credit rating agencies (CRAs) are capable of bringing about potential distortions in the financial sector, thereby resulting in a reduction in market confidence which, in turn, influences negotiations and expectations. CRAs need to be held accountable for lack of transparency and inaccurate ratings, however the existing regulatory framework does not secure adequate investor protection. This book provides a new and important contribution to research in the area, at a crucial time in the debate around financial regulation and investment regimes.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Andrea Miglionico

Andrea Miglionico, LLB, LLM and PhD (University of Rome); LLM (London School of Economics), PhD (Queen Mary, University of London), is a Lecturer in Banking and Finance Law at the Centre for Commercial Law and Financial Regulation (CCLFR), University of Reading, School of Law. Prior to joining CCLFR he was an Associate Lecturer, Research and Teaching Fellow at the Centre for Commercial Law Studies, Queen Mary, University of London. He has taught in undergraduate and postgraduate courses in various Schools of Law and Business Schools in the United Kingdom and Italy as well as in professional training courses in Europe. He specializes in international banking and finance law, has published in peer-reviewed journals and sits on the editorial advisory board of the Law and Economics Yearly Review.