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NewOak adds Triet M. Nguyen as managing director

Will lead the corporate and municipal credit solutions group
With 32 years in the industry, Nguyen is responsible with helping the team build out its capabilities and assisting clients in fundamental credit assessment, surveillance and portfolio monitoring.
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NewOak appoints Anastasia Stull managing director

Responsible for regulatory compliance and risk management
Stull has been tasked with expanding NewOak’s presence by interacting with key industry participants, such as regulatory agencies, trade associations, government-sponsored enterprises and leading regulatory law firms, and enhancing the company’s ability serve its financial and lending clients.
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