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Egan-Jones Releases Risk Commentary – Unintended Consequences (be careful what you wish for)

NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Egan-Jones Ratings Company releases its latest Risk Commentary issue entitled, “Unintended Consequences (be careful what you wish for)”

In this latest commentary, Egan-Jones discusses that second and third order effects in business and geopolitics often have greater and opposing consequences as compared to first order effects.

Click here to view the issue.

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Egan-Jones is recognized as a market leader in private placement ratings for insurance companies, asset managers, fund managers, investment banks, and many other market participants covering middle market loans, ground lease, CTL, CRE loans, real estate, REITs, project finance, BDC, and funds including closed-end funds, credit funds, CRE funds, direct lending funds, feeder funds, infrastructure funds, liquidity funds, mezzanine funds, mixed strategy funds, opportunistic funds, real estate funds, structured debt funds, etc. Click here to view sample private placement transactions.

Egan-Jones also provides independent credit ratings, Climate Change / ESG scores, and Proxy research and recommendations.

Egan-Jones Ratings Company (Egan-Jones) started providing ratings in 1995 for the purpose of issuing timely, accurate ratings. Egan-Jones is a Nationally Recognized Statistical Rating Organization (NRSRO) and is recognized by the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) as a Credit Rating Provider. Egan-Jones is certified by the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA).



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