Moody's reshuffles credit strategists

David Hamilton will take on a new role at Moody's Investors Service in April as a senior vice-president, quantitative credit, in the credit strategy group in New York. He will research the relationship between Moody's default data and its market implied ratings, which are a set of indicators Moody's developed to identify credits that trade higher or lower than their rating would normally indicate.

Hamilton will also explore the application of market implied ratings to the analysis of cash and

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