Markets

Nov 8, 2010

Joye: we have an information exchange for equities — why not debt?

This is an extract of a speech presented by Rismark's Christopher Joye at last week's LIXI Industry Forum: One of the problems with m

This is an extract of a speech presented by Rismark’s Christopher Joye at last week’s LIXI Industry Forum:

One of the problems with managing the Byzantine nexus between extreme asset price and credit cycles, and the ordinarily adverse ramifications of these events for our real-economy, is that policymakers have historically had very poor credit data.

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2 thoughts on “Joye: we have an information exchange for equities — why not debt?

  1. Roger Grace

    An excellent article. The more transparency we have in business and government the more secure is the nations future. Providing individual anonymity is preserved all investors and borrowers should be guaranteed the right to this information.

  2. JLG

    Hear hear, good piece. It’d also be fascinating to monitor clearing prices for individual property sales vs the automated valuation.

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