Gerard (Gerry) Durr

Senior Credit Analyst

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Gerry Durr

Senior Credit Analyst in Municipal Fixed Income Group
Gerard (Gerry) Durr is a Senior Credit Analyst in the municipal fixed income group at Wilmington Trust Investment Advisors, Inc., the investment advisory arm of M&T Bank and Wilmington Trust.
Durr joined Wilmington Trust in 2014. 

He began his career as a municipal credit analyst at Moody's Investors Service in 1987 before moving to the New York State Environmental Facilities Corporation to work on the New York State Water Pollution Control Loan Program in 1990.

In 1993 Durr joined Ambac Assurance Corporation. While at Ambac, he was a member of the Public Finance Senior Credit Committee and became a director of the firm's General Municipal Underwriting unit, which conducted credit underwriting of general obligation, tax revenue, and utility revenue bond securities issued throughout the nation. Durr later worked as a consultant at several organizations including the National Association of Insurance Commissioners.

He earned a master's degree in Public Administration from the Maxwell School of Syracuse University,  and a bachelor’s degree in in History and Political Science from LeMoyne College. He is a member of the National Federation of Municipal Analysts (NFMA) and the Municipal Analyst Group of New York (MAGNY). 

Specialty Areas: 
  • Municipal credit analysis  
  • State and local governments  
  • Transportation  
  • Utilities 

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