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Steven Hess
Senior Vice President  
Anne Van Praagh
Managing Director
Elena Duggar
Group Credit Officer  

Financial Institutions
David Fanger
Senior Vice President  
Mark LaMonte
Managing Director - CCO  
Managed Investments
Yaron Ernst
Managing Director  
Daniel Serrao
SVP - Team Leader  
U.S. Public Finance
Gail Sussman
Managing Director
Naomi Richman
Managing Director
Anne Van Praagh
Managing Director - CCO  

Structured Finance

Jonathan Polansky
Managing Director

Nicolas Weill
Managing Director - CCO  
Corporate Finance

Mark Gray
Managing Director
Dan Gates

Managing Director - CCO  

U.S. Infrastructure
William Coley
Senior Vice President  

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  • 23 Jul 2015
    • Federal Reserve Finalizes Credit Positive Capital Surcharges for Largest US Banks
      The Fed’s capital surcharge rule, which requires that US global systemically important bank holding companies (GSIBs) hold more equity capital, will lower the risk these firms pose to financial system stability and is positive for their creditors. Meeting the capital requirements, which range from 1% to 4.5% of risk-weighted assets, should be manageable for the eight US GSIBs, reflecting the significant capital buffers these firms have already built.…Full Report
  • 3 Jun 2015
    • Mergers and acquisitions will continue as companies seek growth in slow US economy
      In a muted US economy, acquisitions and combinations present an obvious alternative to general economic expansion for companies looking to fulfill their growth aspirations. We expect interest rates to rise later this year, but only modestly, thus rate hikes are unlikely to slow M&A activity for some time to come... Full Report
  • 1 Jun 2015
    • Improving financial metrics of US banks offset by low interest rates and competitive pressures
      The outlook for US banks is stable. GDP growth, low oil prices and rising employment will bolster already strong asset quality. However, low interest rates and competition amongst banks and from the shadow-banking sector will keep banks' margins and profitability low over the next 12-18 months. Intense competition also raises the risk that banks will relax underwriting standards, leaving them with higher-risk loans on their balance sheets ...Press Release l Full Report

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