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S&P Ratings China unit fined $300,000 for violating credit rating regulations
Published on: 2024-02-04
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S&P Ratings (China) Co has been warned and fined 2.12 million yuan ($300,000) for not conducting credit rating business in accordance with legal procedures, China's central bank announced on Friday.

S&P Ratings (China) Co has been issued a warning and fined 2.12 million yuan. Eastham, the director of the company's rating analysis at the time, has been warned and fined 30,000 yuan. The decision of the penalty was made on November 7, 2023. according to a notice published on the site of the People's Bank of China(PBC), China's central bank, on Friday.

The penalty was handed to S&P Ratings (China) Co for not following the statutory rating procedures and business rules in conducting credit rating business, failing to submit reports to the credit rating industry regulatory authority or its designated agencies as required, and violating the principle of consistency, according to the notice.

This is believed to be the first time that the China unit of S&P Ratings has been fined by the central bank. There was no public information available regarding such fines on S&P Ratings (China) Co previously.

标普中国被央行警告并罚款212万元 未按照法定程序开展信用评级业务


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