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Natalya Schenck is a Senior Financial Economist in the Commercial Credit Risk Analysis Division (CCRAD) within Supervision and Risk Analysis at the OCC. Dr. Schenck joined the OCC in 2014 after completing her Ph.D. (Finance) at Kent State University, College of Business Administration. She also holds MA (Economics) and MBA degrees, both from YSU, and graduate and undergraduate degrees (Specialist) in Mathematics from the Saint Petersburg State University in Russia. Prior to her doctorate studies, she was employed as a portfolio manager in commercial banking, portfolio specialist in a non-profit economic development company and loan review specialist at the FDIC. Dr. Schenck provides quantitative exam support in commercial credit area for stress testing and allowance including transition to CECL. Her recent research focuses on impact of regulation in banking industry, leveraged lending, bank mergers and operational risk.
Dr. Schenck’s research papers can be found here.