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Financial Times (FT) article features Marketcore technology 1/15
Marketcore cover story: Re-energizing the bond market 1/15
Scotsman Guide: Marketcore enables 21st century risk management for mortgage markets 11/14
Five Insurance Thought Leadership stories: Marketcore IP 5-9/14
Interactive Finance: Meshing with Google links MC's 'transformative IP' with Internet, mobile apps 5/14
Ninth Patent Granted Creating New Risk Assessment Tools 3/14
Marketcore Monetizes Data, Pioneering Interactive Finance 2/14
CPCU Society reprints article citing Marketcore as solution (see pg 9) 12/13
Former US Comptroller General explains Marketcore methods key to financial liquidity 1/14
Former US Comptroller General Joins Marketcore 10/13
"It's Time to Change the World" – IRES: The Regulator cites Marketcore solution 02/13
CRS report names Marketcore methods for financial and environmental risk assessment 02/13
Lead risk manager cites Marketcore methods as "national priority" for RMBS at CIPR/NAIC luncheon 11/12
Insurance industry white paper identifies Marketcore as solution for valuing RMBS 8/12
Nat'l Univ. of Singapore article names MC methods "Prospect" for credit markets 7/12
American Banker article commends MC technology to Systemic Risk Council 7/12
Marketcore issued
3rd patent, for
Netbacking, 9/11
Marketcore featured
once again in
Compliance Matters
CPCU Society Newsletter, 7/11 Issue
Marketcore featured
in 7/11 issue of
Risk Magazine
Marketcore featured
in 3/11 issue of
Risk Magazine
Marketcore's first
international press,
The Elevator, Fall 2010
2nd patent described as
"Ticker Tape" identifying
risks in bond markets in
8/10 Securities
Technology Monitor
Marketcore featured
in Compliance Matters
CPCU Society Newsletter, 6/10 Issue

Marketcore's patents provide various important market-based incentives designed to make markets more competitive and efficient.

By increasing competition and efficiency, Marketcore's inventions set the stage for greater disclosures -- disclosures that are demanded by market participants rather than mandated by law-makers.

Marketcore's patented methods provide a possible solution to an elusive problem, one that legislation and regulation has failed to fix, and that has had dramatic consequences for financial markets around the world.

By providing incentives to increase volumes of transactions at an exchange, Marketcore's inventions attempt to provide the spark that is needed to ignite robust exchanges where market participants will need to make their offerings as competitive as possible.

This approach includes providing disclosures to eliminate avoidable risks for their counter-parties.

Implementation of Marketcore's patented usage incentives has been called a "national priority" by a leading risk manager who added, "Marketcore’s proprietary methods offer the only structural innovation I have seen that promises to revive the securitized residential mortgage market and to do so WITHOUT the need for government guarantees."

The business volumes these incentives are capable of driving could be a critical differentiator for market efficiency and market function. The resulting information flows clearly reduce the threat of adverse selection in the marketplace. This activity can boost asset values and re-build market confidence even for the most complex risks.

This critical mass of transactions is the "core" that markets need.

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Marketcore “identified the problems in the financial markets that led to the credit and liquidity crisis and devised a solution.”

Congressional Research Service "CRS Report for Congress: Financing Recovery from
Large-scale Natural Disasters,"
November 18, 2008



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