Standard & Poor’s Securities Evaluations group has added Michael Dooley to its Interest Rate Swaps pricing team. Dooley has previously worked at firms including Prudential Securities, Sumitomo Bank Securities, and Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company. He joins a growing team following more hires last month (RDR, May 2005). Prior to bringing Dooley on board, Standard & Poor’s Securities Evaluations convened user groups in New York, San Francisco and Boston to help assess customer requirements for independent bond pricing. The next Securities Evaluations user group is being held in Chicago this month.
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S&P Further Boosts Securities Evaluations Group with Dooley Hire
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