Ana Arsov is a Managing Director, co-heading the Global Financial Institutions rating franchise for Moody’s Investors Service, and a Global Head of Private Credit for Moody’s. In her role, Ana fosters analytical and issuer coverage for the growing private markets between financial institutions, leveraged finance, and securitization markets.
Ana joined Moody's in 2013, bringing experience in analyzing financial institutions and managing credit professionals. She served as the Global Co-Head of Banking from 2021-2023, previously holding the position of Managing Director overseeing global investment banks, securities firms, and specialty finance ratings. She co-authored Moody's rating methodologies for finance companies and securities firms and led the development of Moody's counterparty risk rating.
Before Moody's, Ana held executive roles in credit risk management at several prominent banks. At UBS Investment Bank, she was responsible for North American financial institutions. She served as Head of Global Portfolio Management-Credit Risk Management at Morgan Stanley, where she managed risks across trading and lending businesses and led key initiatives for Morgan Stanley Bank N.A. Starting her career at Lehman Brothers, she eventually led the North American Financial Institutions and Structured Finance team and later contributed to Lehman’s bankruptcy resolution.
Ana holds a Master’s Degree in Management from Boston University and a Bachelor’s Degree in Business from Pace University, New York. Ana also holds a certificate in Board Governance from Harvard Business School.