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Deniz is a director in the credit analytics group. She develops and stress tests credit models in various consulting projects. She has extensive experience in modeling residential, auto, and credit card loans. Deniz has a PhD from the University of California, San Diego and BA degrees in economics and business administration from Koç University in Turkey.

 

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