RATING 310 EUROPEAN BANKS IS no mean feat, but checking there is consistency in the ratings of 1100 – across a spectrum ranging from developed to emerging markets – is a formidable challenge. But this is the task that faces Samuel Theodore every day in his role at Moody’s.
Theodore joined Moody’s 11 years ago, becoming managing director of European banks seven years ago, and took up his dual position in 2000, when he adopted the responsibilities of global banking co-ordinator. He leads a team
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