In our latest thought piece, Jonathan Platt, Head of Fixed Income at Royal London Asset Management, dispels a common fallacy in bond markets that ratings are a quality stamp and that a bond without accreditation from a rating agency means that the bond is low in quality and high in risk and therefore should be avoided.
Read the article to find out why.
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