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Kevin is a Global eLearning Solution Specialist and supports all training-related activities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. He has designed numerous distance-learning and web-based training programs, developed and taught many seminars, webinars, and full, blended training programs, and has authored a substantial body of content used globally by thousands of credit trainees.

Prior to his current role, Kevin headed up elearning and blended training development for the organization globally, and was the architect for the company’s wholesale credit elearning solutions. Kevin had 13 years of experience in the banking industry before joining Moody’s Analytics in January 1990. Kevin holds a BA degree from the University of Utah in Business Management.

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