Jerry Gluck, senior v.p. in the credit derivatives group at Moody's Investors Service, is retiring after 13-years. Gluck was a managing director in the New York office, but moved to San Francisco last year for a better quality of life and relinquished the title.
Gluck reported to Noel Kirnon, group managing director in-charge of global derivatives and commercial mortgage-backed securities. His duties will be divvied up between Gus Harris, Gary Witt, Yuri Yoshizawa and Bill May, the remaining managing directors in the group, said Lisa Tibbitts, Moody's spokeswoman.
Gluck oversaw collateralized debt obligation research at the agency and along with Moody's KMV helped developed CDOEdge, the agency's proprietary analytics and structuring tool.
Away from the structured finance hub in the Big Apple, Gluck told colleagues he plans to pursue other interests including volunteering for Habitat for Humanity. Gluck could not be reached for comment.