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FITCH NAMES RAPHAEL, STROKER, SPEN AS NEW MANAGING DIRECTORS -- FITCH FINANCIAL WIRE --

 FITCH NAMES RAPHAEL, STROKER, SPEN AS NEW MANAGING DIRECTORS
 -- FITCH FINANCIAL WIRE --
 NEW YORK, Dec. 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Fitch Investors Service today named three new managing directors: Richard J. Raphael, public finance, Nancy E. Stroker, CFA, financial institutions, and Alan Spen, revenue bonds. Fitch also named a new vice president, Ricardo J. Kleinbaum, in the financial institutions group.
 Raphael came to Fitch in 1989 from Standard & Poor's, where he was senior vice president and manager of the municipal lease group. He also chaired several of S&P's standing major issuers committees, including the states of Louisiana, Florida, Maryland, and Colorado. Raphael, a graduate of Drew University, is a member of the Association of Government Leasing and the Municipal Analysts Group of New York.
 Stroker joined Fitch in 1990 as a vice president specializing in finance companies and became head of the financial institutions group earlier this year. Before joining Fitch, she was at Standard & Poor's Corp. Stroker has an MBA from New York University and participates on the Professional Ethics and Responsibility Committee of the Association of Investment Management and Research.
 Spen joined Fitch in 1989 after 19 years in credit research, including a position as director of municipal bond research at Drexel Burnham Lambert and a senior analyst at Merrill Lynch Capital Markets. Spen has an MBA from the City University of New York and is a former chairman of the Municipal Analysts Group of New York. Spen heads Fitch's municipal revenue bond group.
 Kleinbaum, who analyzes money center and foreign banks, came to Fitch in 1989 and was formerly an analyst with the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
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