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Olga and her team design forecasting models that emphasize stress testing using advanced econometric techniques for three key areas: macroeconomic models, traded credit and market risk, and credit portfolio risk. Olga’s key responsibilities include management of consulting projects with banks and other financial institutions worldwide. She is also directly involved in research and implementation of Moody's Analytics risk management solutions.

Before joining Moody's Analytics, Olga worked for the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic and a consultancy firm focused on the macroeconomic forecasting and analysis of emerging market economies. She has taught courses in economics and statistics and authored several academic articles.

Olga holds a Ph.D. and M.A. in Economics and Econometrics from CERGE-EI (a joint workplace of the Center for Economic Research and Graduate Education of Charles University and the Economics Institute of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic), and a BSc. in Applied Mathematics.

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