In Memory of

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Brad Gustafson

It is with great sadness that we learned that Brad Gustafson, Vice President-Senior Analyst in the Paris Corporate Finance Group, passed away on April 14th, 2021.

Brad joined the Moody’s team a year ago as a Leverage Finance Analyst. During his tenure at Moody’s, Brad made a strong contribution to the team and brought a fresh view on credit issues. He was liked and respected by all. Brad will be missed by the members of his team and those who had the good fortune to work with him.

In this book we gather the condolences and thoughts from Brad’s colleagues at Moody’s as well as from other professionals he met over the past year.

 

 

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Stephanie Dornat

It’s with sadness that I heard Brad passing away. Due to Covid, we haven’t been able to meet in person, however throughout a few email exchanges, I remember someone very kind and respectful. My thoughts are with his family …

Marie Fischer-Sabatie

Although I had only recently joined Brad’s team, I had the opportunity to talk and work with Brad a few times and very much appreciated his great kindness and care about others. My deepest condolences and most comforting thoughts go to his family and friends. …

Guillaume Leglise

I did not have the chance to meet Brad in preson. But from the few exchanges we had on the phone, he seemed to be a very smart and nice person. I am deeply saddened by the news of your loss. I express my sincere sympathy to you, to Brad’s family and close friends.  …

Sandra Veseli

I was very sad to hear of Brad’s passing. The first time I met Brad was when he interviewed for a position in the leveraged finance team in London years ago. However, at that time, Brad decided he would like to move to Paris and so he did not join the team back then. …

Richard Etheridge

My sincere condolences to Brad’s family and friends on the tragic news. Like many here at Moody’s, I only knew Brad for a year or so. Despite only meeting him virtually in a business environment, I immediately found him to be extremely likeable and good company. He will be much missed. …

Claire Robert

Very shocked about this sad news. Brad and I shared an office for a while, and he showed extraordinary kindness to me in times that were particularly difficult. Such a good person, I will not forget. My thoughts are with his wife and loved ones. So long Brad. xxx …

Samira Laqsil

It is always moving to lose a colleague even more so when someone leaves before their time. I did not have a chance to work with Brad, nevertheless I wanted to express my heartfelt condolences to his family and friends in these difficult times.  …

Mark Habib

Brad was very much liked and appreciated at his prior workplace. He not only impressed his French colleagues, with whom he generously and thoughtfully shared his expertise, but I’d often hear warm words for him across Europe and the US with whomever he worked. He will be remembered by many of us for his …

Marina, from Madrid

As a manager and as a person, we are never ready for when a colleague leaves before time. Brad has left a vacuum behind him that will be hard to fill. Everyone who met Brad in the virtual office benefitted from his kindness, experience, inquisitive spirit and willingness to do well. Testimony of his …

Vanessa Robert

Words fall short of expressing my sorrow for your loss. My deepest sympathies. …
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