European Association of Credit Rating Agencies (EACRA) is a platform of cooperation and discussion for Credit Rating Agencies across Europe. The association was established in November 2009 and has 9 Members.
The Members of the association have different business models while assigning ratings. All are deeply rooted in their respective markets, enjoy a high market share and a good reputation with local investors.
Our latest position papers and news
- EACRA response to ESMA consultation on Revision to Guidelines and Recommendations on the Scope of the CRA RegulationDear ESMA, With reference to the above consultation paper dated January 28th, 2022, we are pleased to hereby submit the views of […]
- EACRA Position on European Single Access Point (ESAP) for financial and non-financial informationOn November 25th, 2021, the European Commission tabled the Capital Markets Union Package, which includes amongst others a legislative proposal aiming at […]
- EACRA response to S&P Request for Comment on Insurer Risk-based Capital Adequacy – Methodology and Assumptions – Rating input: CRA MappingDear S&P Global Ratings, With reference to your above Request for Comment dated December 6th, 2021, we are pleased to hereby submit […]
- EACRA suspends the membership of Russia based Analytical Credit Rating Agency
- EACRA Response to EC’s SME Listing Act consultationDear European Commission, EACRA welcomes the above consultation paper as well as the very detailed set of questions in the targeted consultation. […]