David Keisman

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David Keisman

David Keisman is a senior vice president in the corporate finance group at Moody’s Investors Service.  His responsibilities included forming the data and research necessary to support the creation and implementation of Moody’s LGD Ratings. He currently maintains the Moody’s Ultimate LGD database which captures credit loss information on more than 4,500 defaulted corporate bank loans and high-yield corporate bonds, as well as on other debt instruments. Prior to that was responsible for organizing data consortia and for developing new products and research.

Prior to joining Moody’s Investors Service in 2005, David managed Standard and Poor’s Recovery Analysis group and the Facility Risk Rating group.  David co-founded Portfolio Management Data, a provider of data and analytic services to the leveraged finance and commercial lending community.  Standard and Poor’s acquired PMD in May 2000.

He has also worked at Chase Manhattan in its credit risk policy area; while at Chase he created the banking industry’s first comprehensive, centralized loan-loss database.  That database tracked thousands of loans that defaulted over a 10-year period from Chase, Chemical Bank, Manufacturer’s Hanover and Texas Commerce Bank.  He also managed the team that reconciled the Facility Risk Grading Systems of Chase and Chemical Bank and of Manufacturers Hanover and Chemical Bank when those banks merged.

He has written articles and research on loan and bond recovery that have appeared in: The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Financial Times, American Banker, The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision Working Papers, Standard & Poor’s CreditWeek, Journal of Lending & Credit Risk Management, LSTA newsletter, and Bank Loans: Secondary Market and Portfolio Management (edited by Frank Fabozzi).

David received an MBA in finance from the Columbia Business School and a BS Economics from the University of Pennsylvania.

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