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[[Image:DSharma.gif|float|left]] Deven Sharma is president of the [[Standard & Poor's Corp.]], a division of the [[McGraw-Hill Companies]].<ref>{{cite web|name="Management bios” |url=http://www2.standardandpoors.com/portal/site/sp/en/eu/page.managementbios/mngmnt_bios/4,3,3,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0.html
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Deven Sharma is the former president of the [[Standard & Poor's Corp.]], a division of the [[McGraw-Hill Companies]].<ref>{{cite web|name="Management bios” |url=http://www2.standardandpoors.com/portal/site/sp/en/eu/page.managementbios/mngmnt_bios/4,3,3,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0.html|org=Standard & Poor's|date=Nov. 21, 2007}}</ref> Sharma resigned on August 22, 2011, effective September 12, 2011. He is replaced by [[Douglas Peterson]].<ref>{{cite web|url=http://dealbook.nytimes.com/2011/08/22/s-p-president-to-step-down/|name=Standard & Poor's President to Step Down|org=New York Times|date=August 22, 2011}}</ref>


He was named to the [[FDIC]] Advisory Committee on June 3, 2011.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://theinvestmentauthority.com/investment-news/fdic-board-creates-advisory-committee-on-systemic-resolutions/|name=Press Release|org=The Investment Authority|date=June 15, 2011}}</ref>
He was named to the [[FDIC]] Advisory Committee on June 3, 2011.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://theinvestmentauthority.com/investment-news/fdic-board-creates-advisory-committee-on-systemic-resolutions/|name=Press Release|org=The Investment Authority|date=June 15, 2011}}</ref>


== Background ==
== Background ==
Sharma was thrust into the eye of the storm in August 2011 when Standard & Poor's Corp. downgraded the United States debt from a Triple A to a Double A plus rating. Sharma defended his decision by stating the agency took an objective approach to the downgrade. <ref> {{cite web|url = http://www.indiawest.com/readmore.aspx?id=3837&sid=1|name = S&P Downgrade Puts Deven Sharma in Eye of Storm|org = India West |date = August 12, 2011}}</ref> 
Sharma joined S&P in 2007 as executive vice president of Investment Service and Global Sales. Prior to joining S&P, he was executive vice president, Global Strategy, at [[The McGraw-Hill Companies]] for five years.
Sharma joined S&P in 2007 as executive vice president of Investment Service and Global Sales. Prior to joining S&P, he was executive vice president, Global Strategy, at [[The McGraw-Hill Companies]] for five years.


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== Affiliations and Publishing ==
== Affiliations and Publishing ==
Sharma has authored several publications on competitive strategy, customer solutions, sales and marketing. He is a board member of 800-Flowers Inc., CRISIL, The US-China Business Council and Asia Society Business Council.
Sharma has authored several publications on competitive strategy, customer solutions, sales and marketing. He is a board member of 800-Flowers Inc., CRISIL, The [[US-China Business Council]] and [[Asia Society Business Council]].


== Education ==
== Education ==
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== References ==
== References ==
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[[Category:Bios - Executives]]
[[Category: FDIC Advisory Committee]]

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