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As the federal government crafts landmark financial reform, the debt rating agencies–especially Moody’s Investors Service, Standard & Poor’s and Fitch–have targets pinned to their chests. For corporate treasurers, what happens to the agencies they rely on to rate their public debt and provide recognized standards for investment policies is a big deal. For better or worse, both market pressures and legislative mandates are forcing reform. So how do forward-looking treasury staffs react?

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