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Emil Lopez is a Director in the risk measurement group, where he leads risk modeling advisory engagements and manages the team's data quality, risk reporting, and IFRS 9 research. Prior to joining the group, he oversaw operations for Moody's Analytics Credit Research Database, one of the world's largest private firm credit risk data repositories.

Emil has extensive experience in credit risk modeling and reporting, data sourcing, and quality control. Emil has an MBA from New York University and a BS in Finance and Business Administration from the University of Vermont.

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