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Business:Standard & Poor’s is a leading provider of financial market intelligence. The world’s foremost source of independent credit ratings, indices, risk evaluation, investment research and data, Standard & Poor’s is an essential part of the world’s financial infrastructure. For more than 150 years, Standard & Poor’s provides financial decision-makers with the intelligence they need to feel confident about their decisions.
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Douglas L. Peterson, President, Standard & Poor's Ratings Services
Yu-Tsung Chang, Executive Managing Director, Asia-Pacific Ratings Services
Paul A. Coughlin, Executive Managing Director, Global Analytics & Operations
Christian M. Dinwoodie, Executive Managing Director, Market Development
Edward J. Haran, Senior Vice President, Finance
Donald R. Howard, Executive Managing Director, Chief Risk Officer
Yann Le Pallec, Executive Managing Director, EMEA Ratings Services
Catherine J. Mathis, Senior Vice President, Marketing and Communications
Sheila M. O' Neill, Vice President, Human Resources, Standard & Poor's Ratings Services
Adam H. Schuman, Executive Managing Director and Chief Legal Officer
Paul Sheard, Executive Managing Director, Chief Global Economist and Head of Global Economic and Research
Joseph D. Sniado, Senior Vice President, Chief Information Officer
New York, NY 10041
In 1860, Henry Varnum Poor published his “History of Railroads and Canals of the United States.” A founder of the financial information industry, Mr. Poor was a proponent of “the investor’s right to know.” In 1941, Standard Statistics merged with Poor’s Publishing Company creating Standard & Poor’s. Standard & Poor’s history dates back to 1860. It was acquired by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. in 1966. Today, more than 150 years later, Standard & Poor’s is the pre-eminent global provider of financial market intelligence and is still delivering on that original mission.
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