In his new role, Tilley will head sales and marketing across Asia and Australia, New Zealand. Moody’s anticipates that several new support and sales personnel will be added in the region during the next few months to support MRMS’ RiskCalc model network and the growing demand for Moody’s credit decisioning products, services and training. Tilley joined Moody’s in 1999. Prior to that he spent nearly two decades in the finance industry in Asia Pacific and headed up the creation and leadership of several bank consulting and servicing companies in Southeast Asia. Tilley’s undergraduate and graduate work is from the University of Wisconsin.
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