Industry Pioneer Claire Cohen to Retire at End of Month

Chang, Helen
December 2004
Bond Buyer;12/1/2004, Vol. 350 Issue 32020, p7
Trade Publication
This article focuses on the retirement of Clair Cohen, financial advisor. When she began, Cohen was also one of the first women in the industry. In 1989, Cohen seized the chance to create "something new" at Fitch, which had been recently purchased by Russell Fraser. Cohen had a good track record in spotting long term trends in addition to her strengths in analyzing the finance, budgeting, and debt management aspects of a credit. Cohen, who will remain as a consultant with Fitch, will be succeeded by executive managing director, Richard Raphael.


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