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July 16, 2014
06:36 EDTMHFIS&P willing to reopen discussions with DOJ, WSJ reports
Standard & Poor's Ratings Services, part of McGraw Hill Financial, is willing to restart talks with the Department of Justice and is open to paying up to $1B to settle it, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing people familiar with the matter. The company is not currently in active talks with the DOJ, the sources say. The DOJ filed a $5B lawsuit against S&P in February 2013 accusing the agency of inflating ratings for mortgage bonds. Reference Link
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November 17, 2015
08:02 EDTMHFIMcGraw Hill Financial business and EPCO sign agreement
S&P Capital IQ and SNL, a business unit of McGraw Hill Financial together with the Eurosystem Procurement Coordination Office, or EPCO, have signed a four-year agreement for the delivery of Standard & Poor's Ratings Services' credit ratings and research. The agreement allows the central banks of the European System of Central Banks, or ESCB, as members of EPCO to access a wide range of issuer credit data through S&P Capital IQ's RatingsDirect and Xpressfeed tools, as well as through several other market data vendors.

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