David Risdon

Senior Managing Director • United States

David Risdon Atlanta Senior Managing Director
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David Risdon

Senior Managing Director • United States


David Risdon is a Senior Managing Director and the Banking & Regulatory Solutions co-lead for Cushman & Wakefield’s Valuation & Advisory group, based out of Atlanta. In this role, he focuses on bank advisory diligence, including data aggregation and financial modeling for CECL, CCAR stress testing, bank loan portfolio analyses to include portfolio stratification analyses, loan underwriting, credit scoring, and loss-given-default analyses. David has led and successfully completed numerous large CCAR data aggregation assignments for major U.S. and foreign-owned financial institutions.

Prior to joining Cushman & Wakefield, David held positions at Bank of Boston, Situs, and Security Pacific National Bank.

    · Master of Business Administration, Drake University
    · Bachelor of Liberal Arts, Drake University

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During the past nine months, Elizabeth Beck of the Valuation & Advisory Group based in the firm’s Atlanta office, has raised nearly $275,000 for RIP Medical Debt to abolish a total of more than $45 million in medical debt in Georgia.

RIP Medical Debt is a national nonprofit which purchases medical debts belonging to the most burdened Americans in large, bundled portfolios from debt buyers and collection agencies for a fraction of their face value. Every $1 abolishes $100 of medical debt on average.

Elizabeth recently spoke with Savannah Durban for a Q&A about her efforts.

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