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KBRA Releases Leading Voices in Credit: Schroders' David Knutson
[November 20, 2023]

KBRA Releases Leading Voices in Credit: Schroders' David Knutson

KBRA releases the November 2023 episode of its podcast series, Leading Voices in Credit, which showcases monthly interviews with credit market thought leaders hosted by KBRA Chief Strategist Van Hesser.

The wide-ranging discussions cover topics across the credit spectrum from investment grade to high yield, public to private, and unsecured to asset-backed. For this episode, Van spoke with David Knutson, senior investment director at Schroders, the global asset manager based in London. In the 18-minute episode, the two discuss credit investing in a post-pandemic world.

The full episode can be streamed here and the transcript can be found here.

Van also hosts KBRA's popular 3 Things in Credit podcast, where he digs into and provides perspective on issues credit-market participants care about. Tune in every Friday for the latest episode.

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About Van Hesser

Van Hesser is a Senior Managing Director and Chief Strategist at KBRA responsible for generating thought leadership in credit markets and cultivating relationships with the firm's external clients and constituents. He previously served as a senior managing director and head of KBRA's Financial Institutions and Corporates ratings groups, where he leveraged over 30 years of experience as an institutional investor, sell-side research analyst, investment banker, and regulator. Over the course of his career, Van was named to Institutional Investor Magazine's All-America Fixed Income Research Team rankings 10 times across three categories and has served as an expert witness in important industry litigation.

About KBRA

KBRA is a full-service credit rating agency registered in the U.S., the EU, and the UK, and is designated to provide structured finance ratings in Canada. KBRA's ratings can be used by investors for regulatory capital purposes in multiple jurisdictions.

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