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Date Business
07 March 2012
2:15 pm
Subject: Credit Rating Agencies
Witness(es): Paul Taylor, Group Managing Director, Fitch Ratings; Frederic Drevon, Senior Managing Director, Moodys; Dominic Crawley, Managing Director and Head of Financial Services Ratings, Standard and Poor’s, and Alan Reid, Managing Director Europe, DBRS
Location: The Wilson Room, Portcullis House

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