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North America
US
Luisa DeGaetano

Associate Managing Director
New Issuance
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Karandeep S. Bains
Senior Vice President
Surveillance
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Canada
Richard Hunt
VP – Sr. Credit Officer/Manager
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EMEA
Daniel Kolter

Managing Director - Structured Finance
New Issuance
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Ifigenia Palimeri
Managing Director - Structured Finance
Surveillance
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Asia Pacific
Japan
Yusuke Seki
Associate Managing Director
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Ex-Japan Asia
Jerome Cheng
Senior Vice President/Manager
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Australia
Ilya Serov

Associate Managing Director
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