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Pricing Partners, Lunalogic and Prime Source to Host Valuations Conference in Paris

Valuations vendors Pricing Partners and Prime Source and consultancy firm Lunalogic are organising a conference on valuation and transparency in financial markets in Paris on 18 June. The conference will include roundtables and take place between 6pm and 8.15pm at the NYSE Euronext auditorium.

After an introductory speech by Marc Litzler, former head of Calyon, the first roundtable will tackle the issue of marked to market versus marked to model valuation. A second roundtable will address the impact and risk management of funding and counterparty risk for the valuation of derivatives.

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