Category Archives: Financial Crisis

Marketcore featured in Financial Times

  System to share loan data has wide appeal Marketcore’s risk assessment platform for mortgages is featured in an article, Uphill battle for data sharing on Wall St, written by Tracy Alloway and appearing in the January 2015 issue of The Financial … Continue reading

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Former US Comptroller General Joins Marketcore

  Former US Comptroller General Joins Marketcore Greenwich, Conn., Oct. 17, 2013/PRNewswire/  Marketcore.com, Inc. is proud to announce and welcome the Honorable David M Walker, former Comptroller General of the United States and CEO of the U.S. Government Accountability Office … Continue reading

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“It’s Time to Change the World” – NAIC Director of Regulatory Services and Director of The Center for Insurance Policy and Research Picks Marketcore

[Excerpted from The Regulator® newsletter of the Insurance Regulatory Examiners Society, Winter 2013]   It’s Time to Change the World by Eric C. Nordman Since I assumed another leadership role at the beginning of 2012, I have had some amazing … Continue reading

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Marketcore methods named in CRS report

Marketcore inventive methods again named in a CRS report… for “facilitat[ing] valuations for complex risk transfers” February 6, 2013 In November 2012, at an annual meeting of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners, Center for Insurance Policy Research (NAIC/CIRP), regulators … Continue reading

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Lead risk manager cites Marketcore methods as “national priority” for RMBS

Remarks by David M. Rowe at the NAIC/CIPR Luncheon Panel on Financing Home Ownership FAIRFIELD, Conn., November 30, 2012 Good morning ladies and gentlemen. I am delighted to be part of this discussion and I would like to thank Eric … Continue reading

Posted in 2 Press, Current Events, Financial Crisis, NAIC, Uncategorized

CIPR White Paper: Marketcore profitable counter to information asymmetries

Leading Financial Regulator’s White Paper Recognizes New Marketcore Technology Resolution of mortgage market issues and profitable “counter” to information asymmetry described FAIRFIELD, Conn., Aug. 14, 2012 / PRNewswire Marketcore, Inc. announced that the National Association of Insurance Commissioners, through its … Continue reading

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National University of Singapore article names MC methods “Prospect” for Credit Markets

The Risk Management Institute of the National University of Singapore and the Global Credit Review Dr. David M. Rowe writes, Credit Markets: Retrospect and Prospect: Market-Driven Transparency How could such a facility become a standard feature of the markets for complex financial … Continue reading

Posted in 2 Press, Current Events, Financial Crisis, NAIC, Uncategorized

Michael Erlanger referenced in September Issue of Rough Notes

In his latest column in the September issue of Rough Notes, “AIG and the Meth Labs of Finance: How the GLBA came to replace Glass-Steagall and led us astray”, Kevin P. Hennosy references a letter to the editor written by … Continue reading

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AIG’s downfall and the transparency of derivatives

The following letter to the editor by Michael Erlanger appeared in the August issue of Rough Notes in response to Kevin Hennosy’s article in the June 2011 issue of Rough Notes, “Supervision & Regulation Aren’t the Same” : I read with … Continue reading

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Transaction Credits and Marketcore Patent discussed in July Issue of Risk Magazine

In response to the SEC’s solicitation of comments on various proposals to reform the institutional framework of credit ratings, David M. Rowe writes in the July, 2011 Issue of Risk Magazine that: Trying to reform market structure in search of … Continue reading

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