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NYCLab: Bringing in Fresh Ideas From Future Leaders

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“Working with these young leaders was very insightful for Moody’s, and I think the benefits went both ways,” says Jennifer Stula Rivera, Vice President, CSR. “These students brought in cutting-edge sustainability ideas from the academic realm and helped us translate them into actions that will help solve our real-world business challenges.”

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“Working with these young leaders was very insightful for Moody’s, and I think the benefits went both ways,” says Jennifer Stula Rivera, Vice President, CSR. “These students brought in cutting-edge sustainability ideas from the academic realm and helped us translate them into actions that will help solve our real-world business challenges.”

Moody’s Environmental Task Force

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“We’re learning more and more each year about how we can improve our ability to accurately track our carbon footprint. With that knowledge, we’re able to identify new ways to drive down emissions even further.” Tim Brosnan Senior Vice President, Global Real Estate, Moody’s Corporation 

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“We’re learning more and more each year about how we can improve our ability to accurately track our carbon footprint. With that knowledge, we’re able to identify new ways to drive down emissions even further.” Tim Brosnan Senior Vice President, Global Real Estate, Moody’s Corporation 

A Deep Dive into Machine Learning

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Posted from Moody's 2017 CSR Report

As part of the Enabling Technologies Initiative at Moody’s Investors Service (MIS) and in partnership with Moody’s Information Technology (MIT), last year six of our employees attended a monthlong program at Google’s Machine Learning Advanced Solutions Lab in Mountain View, California. 

Moody's Mentors Making a Difference

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Posted from Moody's 2017 CSR Report

In 2014, our New York–based Multicultural Employee Resource Group (MERG) observed that young men of color were falling behind in the classroom. Our employees couldn’t stand by and watch the students lose their opportunity to learn, because a good education is the foundation for a better future.

In partnership with Big Brothers Big Sisters of New York City, our New York MERG created Bridging the Gap, a mentorship program to help young men of color reach their potential.

Green Bond Assessments Scale to New Markets

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“Our Green Bond Assessment on Nigeria’s maiden sovereign green bond provided guidance to investors on how the country intends to finance and, ultimately, realize its Paris Agreement commitments.” Rahul Ghosh Senior Vice President, ESG & Green Bonds, Moody’s Investors Service

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“Our Green Bond Assessment on Nigeria’s maiden sovereign green bond provided guidance to investors on how the country intends to finance and, ultimately, realize its Paris Agreement commitments.” Rahul Ghosh Senior Vice President, ESG & Green Bonds, Moody’s Investors Service

Moody's Diverse and Inclusive Culture

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Posted from Moody's 2017 CSR Report

Our business benefits from having many different perspectives. That’s why we actively promote diversity at every level of Moody’s. We work hard to ensure that all employees, from company leaders to new hires, are respected, included and empowered.

Moody's Insights: Credit Cards and Lifetime Estimation - A Reasonable Approach

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Many institutions are struggling to apply the CECL standard as it pertains to credit cards, and in particular determining the lifetime value for credit card portfolios. In this paper, we explore the different approaches to evaluating lifetime estimates for the credit card portfolio.

Putting our Skills to Work for Nonprofits

Q&A with Arthur Skelskie, Moody's Senior Vice President of Corporate Services
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We support our employees who share their expertise with the organizations and causes they’re passionate about. One of these employees is Arthur Skelskie, our Senior Vice President of Corporate Services, who has been a longtime volunteer and board member for the Cooke School & Institute, an organization that serves children with special needs in grades K–12. 

Q: When did you begin volunteering for the Cooke School & Institute?

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