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Moody’s Analytics QRATE helps investors quantify municipal bond credit risk based solely off of measurable financial and economic factors.

The QRATE models were recently re-estimated to expand coverage and improve accuracy, transparency and ease of use for clients.

In this webinar, economist Dan White will discuss the methodology behind the update and share examples of how QRATE can be used to effectively monitor credit risk across multiple sectors, including airports, healthcare, higher educations and local governments. Join this presentation to gain valuable insights.

Speakers
Dan White, Director, Economic Research
Dan is the director of government consulting and public finance research at Moody’s Analytics, overseeing economic research with an emphasis on fiscal policy and municipal market impacts. 

Brian Simmons, Associate Director, Product Management
Brian is the product manager of U.S. public finance research, data, and analytics within Moody's Analytics. Brian oversees the distribution of Moody's Investors Service content via Moody’s CreditView and Moody’s Analytics QRATE.

Click here to download the presentation slides. 

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