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Anna is a senior director who manages the regulatory and accounting solutions team in the Americas. The team is responsible for solutions structuring, leveraging Moody’s Analytics products and services focusing on impairment, stress testing, and capital planning solutions. Her primary focus is on financial institutions.

Prior to her current role, she was with the enterprise risk solutions team as an engagement manager leading projects with financial institutions across the Americas in loss estimation, enhancements in internal risk rating capabilities, and counterparty credit risk management.

Before joining Moody’s Analytics in 2008, she was an analyst with Moody’s Investors Service, the sister company of Moody's Analytics. While with Moody’s Investors Service, Anna was a member of the New Instruments Committee and an analyst in the financial institutions group focused on the insurance sector. Anna has a BS and an MBA from Stern School of Business at New York University.

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