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Stephen leads Moody’s Analytics sales group for the Americas, providing off-the-shelf and customized data, software, valuations, stress testing, accounting, and advisory solutions to structured finance market participants, including hedge funds, asset management firms, banks, insurance companies, and regulators. Prior to his head of sales role, Stephen led product management, modeling, data production, customer support and implementations, and advisory services for the structured finance investor group globally. He led the EMEA and Asia-Pacific operations for the group from 2011 to 2016 and has 13 years of experience in the structured finance markets.

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