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Moody’s Investors Service Appoints Kimball Interim Structured Finance Head

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Moody’s Investors Service has announced the appointment of Andrew Kimball as the acting head of its global Structured Finance business, following the departure of Noel Kirnon at the end of this month. According to Moody’s, a search for a permanent head of the division is underway. In the interim period, Richard Cantor will assume acting responsibility for the role Kimball previously held as chief credit officer of Moody’s Investors Service and chairman of its credit policy committee.

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