Drivers of Change in the Valuation Process

anthony-belcher

Since the financial crisis, institutions have focused on firmly understanding the value of their holdings and their risk exposure, especially when it comes to more complex and less liquid instruments. Increased pressure from regulators, institutional clients and the financial industry generally has led firms to change their methods and processes of portfolio valuation. A single source of evaluated pricing may no longer be acceptable; independent evaluated pricing is now regarded as an even more

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