Articles & Press
Here is what The New York Times, Barrons, CFA Institute, The Wall Street Journal, The Financial Times, Fortune, Business News Network, Forbes, and Kate Welling at Weeden & Company have to say about the "predictive value" of our credit ratings and fundamental long / short equity recommendations.
Gloomy Forecast for Europe's Banks
A credit rater with a strong track record sees sovereign-debt defaults and bank woes in the Old World's future.
Jack Willoughby, Barrons, July 16th, 2011
Playing The Ratings Game
The major ratings firms havent changed their models yet, despite the chaos theyve caused.
But that could change this fall.
David Serchuk, Forbes Magazine, August 10th, 2009
Solving the Credit Crisis
Sean Egan saw the credit crisis coming. Now he talks about turning it around.
Jonathan Barnes, CFA Institute, May–June, 2009
Rating Agencies Under Fire
The big three rating agencies are now facing major consequences for failing to issue accurate information.
Sean Egan, president of the independent credit-rating firm Egan-Jones Rating Company, shares his insight.
CNBC, December 8th, 2008
Bailouts Not Enough
Egan-Jones Sean Egan Calls For Structural Reforms, ASAP
Kate Welling, Welling@ Weeden, November 28th, 2008
8 who saw the crisis coming...
One year after the credit crunch began, Fortune looks back at who saw trouble ahead, and who just ended up in trouble.
Katie Benner and Christopher Tkaczyk, Fortune, August 6th, 2008
When "AAA" Isnt ...
Sean Egan Surveys Likely Impact of Downgrades On Monolines ...
Kate Welling, Welling@ Weeden, February 6th, 2008
Independent Investor Centric Credit Analysis Take Aim At Equities.
Kate Welling, Welling@ Weeden, June 30th, 2006
Stock Picks from a Guy Who Called Enron
In stock research, sometimes it pays to listen to bond guys, and Sean Egan is one especially worth heeding.
Peter Lattman, Forbes Magazine, July 22nd, 2005