Josh Salzberg
Phone: 443.450.4415

Josh Salzberg

Partner, Model Validations

Josh Salzberg is a Partner of VBC. Josh provides leadership in several key areas of the firm including managing the model validation practice for interest rate, liquidity, CECL and other credit risk related models, as well as new product development and offerings. He has also authored several articles for financial industry trade publications.

Prior to joining VBC, Josh spent three years at a large multi-currency global bank, where he led the development and implementation of the bank’s net interest income and earnings at risk simulation models. Previous experience includes customized analytics and consulting on bond portfolios, balance sheet strategies, and asset liability model validations at Stifel Nicolaus; asset liability management reporting and analysis at Mercantile Bankshares Corporation; and mutual fund investment advisory at T. Rowe Price.

Josh received his M.B.A. in Finance from The Johns Hopkins University – Carey Business School.

Outside of work, Josh enjoys spending time with his family, biking and following his favorite NY sports teams (much to the dismay of his Philly fan colleagues!).

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