Standard & Poor’s Risk Solutions has named Yuval D. Bar-Or global head of product management and development, and Darren K. Davies managing director for North American business development, based in New York. Bar-Or will be responsible for the evolution and deployment of credit risk products, and will report to Roy Taub, executive managing director of Risk Solutions, the credit risk solutions arm of Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services. Davies is charged with expanding S&P Risk Solutions’ North American client base. He will report to Bill Chambers, head of S&P Risk Solutions’ North American practice.
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S&P Risk Solutions Hires Bar-Or, Davies for Product, Business Development
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