Topic - Fitch Ratings

The Fitch Group (technically, Fitch, Inc.) is a financial corporation whose divisions include Fitch Solutions, an advisory firm offering products and services to the financial industry, [http://www.reuters.com/article/pressRelease/idUS192799+09-Jan-2008+BW20080109 established in January 2008] partly following the criticism on Rating Agencies; Algorithmics Inc., the risk management software vendor and research firm; and Fitch Ratings, Ltd. - Source: Wikipedia

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