Find a Credit Risk Expert
Credit Risk experts serve as expert witnesses and forensic consultants in New York legal matters, and provide expert reports and testimony for judges, attorneys, lawyers, law firms, insurance companies and government agencies in Federal and state court trials and arbitrations in New York.
The listings below are of Credit Risk experts serving New York.
Featured ListingsRonald Barone
Dix Hills, NY
Ron Barone is a financial executive having formerly worked at Standard Poors Ratings Services for 22 years. Specializing in Analytics: credit, financial, business, and enterprise risk, M&A, asset sales, share buybacks, LBOs, balance sheet restructurings, equity issuances, bond/debt transactions, hybrid securities, management and governance, project/infrastructure financings, bankruptcy emergences, corporate credit analysis.
Expert ListingsTheodore Sturtz
Ted Sturtz is a financial professional with more than two decades of both U.S. and global investment banking and capital markets experience across industries. Earlier, he was an analyst at Standard and Poors and has also consulted with Bloomberg, explaining complex financial developments to groups of Bloomberg journalists. He currently serves as a FINRA arbitrator.
David D. Gibbons Company
David D. Gibbons
Lake Forest, IL
Expert testimony, litigation consulting and regulatory and risk advisory services provided by an accomplished financial services executive with unique perspectives as a former senior bank regulator (both policy and supervision), Chief Risk Officer, and banking consultant (shadow regulator). Demonstrated credit and enterprise risk Identification, evaluation, and management expertise. Expert knowledge of regulatory policies and practices and industry standards including heightened risk management standards, risk assessment, examination, and enforcement. Proven regulatory issue remediation and troubled bank remediation and resolution expertise. 40 years of experience with financial services organizations ranging from community, to regional, to systemically important. Banking, Bank Supervision, Regulation and Enforcement, Troubled Institutions, Regulatory Relations Credit and Credit Risk Management, Enterprise Risk Management, Bank Safety and Soundness and Compliance Risk Matters