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Steven Hess
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Anne Van Praagh
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Elena Duggar
Group Credit Officer  

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

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Jonathan Polansky
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Nicolas Weill
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Corporate Finance

Mark Gray
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Dan Gates

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U.S. Infrastructure
William Coley
Senior Vice President  

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  • 22 Sep 2016
    • US Presidential candidates’ policy proposals could have significant credit impacts
      US corporates in a range of sectors from industrials to healthcare could face significant credit impacts, both positive and negative, from the proposed policies being put forward by major party candidates in the upcoming presidential elections. Moody’s has examined five prominent areas of policy - trade, healthcare, financial regulation, immigration and corporate tax reform – and evaluated how each candidate’s proposals will affect rated issuers... Full Report
  • 14 Dec 2015
    • Likely Fed Rate Hike Reflects Strength of US Recovery, But Exposes Some EM Sovereigns to Volatile Capital Flows
      An interest rate hike by the Federal Reserve this Wednesday would reinforce our view that the US economy is on track for above-trend growth, with a cyclical peak likely in 2016. Action by the Fed would not significantly affect other developed countries’ interest rates or currencies. However, risks will remain for some emerging market countries, particularly those that rely on foreign investors to meet their operating and capital financing needs... Full Report
  • 26 Oct 2015
    • Failure to lift US debt ceiling next week does not imply US debt default
      We expect that an agreement to raise the debt limit will be in place before the current extraordinary measures are exhausted, and, if not by then, certainly before November 15, when the Treasury is scheduled to make interests payments of $35 billion. If an agreement is still not in place by this time, the government could delay other expenditures to ensure it has enough cash to pay bondholders… Full Report​​

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