About the Author

Dan Rambert

Senior Research Analyst

Dan is a Senior Investment Analyst, responsible for traditional fixed income and credit strategies at Wilmington Trust Investment Advisors. Previous to joining M&T Bank, Dan worked as a Senior Investment Analyst at the Maryland State Retirement Agency covering a wide range of Fixed Income and Hedge Fund mandates. From 2004 through 2010 Dan was a Senior Analyst with Camden Partners where he performed fundamental equity research and helped direct their long/short equity hedge fund. Dan holds the Chartered Financial Analyst designation and has a BBA and MS in Finance, Investments, and Banking from the University of Wisconsin at Madison. While at the University of Wisconsin, Dan was a member of the Applied Security Analysis Program (ASAP).

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Is the U.S. Financial System as Healthy as it’s Cracked Up to Be?

Dan Rambert |
Wilmington Wire
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May 23, 2019 – Financial system stress comprises an important set of variables that we continually track. While not always indicative of where or when the next recession will start, we do believe it helps us find pockets of the market that may be more prone to breaking down. Importantly, the Federal Reserve now produces a biannual study, named the “Financial Stability Report,” and its second issue was released two weeks ago.