Bulgarian Credit Rating Agency registers to provide EU-valid ratings.

By bne IntelliNews April 21, 2011
The local Bulgarian Credit Rating Agency (BCRA) has obtained registration under the EU latest regulations for credit rating agencies, investor.bg informed. This will allow BCRA to provide credit ratings to entities, which are valid all over the EU. The management of BCRA sees its competitive advantage in the much lower prices while the service quality remains as high as that of the market leaders.

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