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Moody’s Names Senior Executives

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Moody’s Corporation has named Robert Fauber, currently president of Moody’s Investors Service (MIS), to the new role of chief operating officer of Moody’s Corporation. Fauber will drive the company’s strategic initiatives to maximize the company’s strengths and position it for the next stage of growth. Moody’s has also named Michael West to succeed Fauber as president of MIS and Stephen Tulenko as president of Moody’s Analytics. All three appointments are effective November 1, 2019. Tulenko succeeds Mark Almeida, who has served as president of Moody’s Analytics since it was launched in 2008.

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