Japan Credit Rating Agency (JCR)

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Updated August 5, 2020

What is the Japan Credit Rating Agency (JCR)?

The Japan Credit Rating Agency (JCR) is a credit rating agency in Japan.

How Does the Japan Credit Rating Agency (JCR) Work?

Similar to Moody's or Standard & Poor's in the United States, JCR rates debt securities and conducts market, industry and economic research.

Founded in 1985, JCR is headquartered in Tokyo and employs about 100 people. The company focuses on short- and long-term debt, medium-term notes, asset-backed securities and publication of research.

Why Does the Japan Credit Rating Agency (JCR) Matter?

JCR is a registered credit rating agency whose ratings are recognized by the SEC, the EU and the Basel Committee.

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