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Rupesh Tailor

Rupesh Tailor is a banking sector specialist with over fourteen years’ experience, having worked for sell-side and buy-side financial institutions including Goldman Sachs, Barclays Capital, Merrill Lynch, Auriga Investors and Morgan Stanley. He specialized in the European bank sector as well as the analysis of high yield and leveraged finance investments. His responsibilities included analysis, trading and portfolio management of credit and equity products.

Rupesh has consulted for two of Europe’s Global Systemically Important Banks (GSIBs) regarding their stress test modelling - as part of the 2014 European Central Bank/European Banking Authority stress test of euro area banks - and has also developed stress test models for a variety of other banks’ ICAAP and ILAAP needs. His proprietary stress-testing models are widely recognized as having accurately predicted the failures of various US, Irish, Spanish and Icelandic banks; as well as being highly successful at identifying businesses in structural decline at an early stage.

He delivers courses globally in Asset-Liability Management, Bank Stress-Testing, Basel III, High Yield & Leveraged Finance, Distressed Debt, and Fixed Income Attribution to financial institutions and central banks. He is also a sought-after speaker and chairperson at leading industry events.

Rupesh received a MA in Economics from Cambridge University and achieved First Class Honours.

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