Elizabeth Schroeder, Senior Credit Research Analyst


Elizabeth Schroeder is a vice president and senior credit research analyst at Loomis, Sayles & Company, where she covers brokerage and banking. Prior to joining Loomis Sayles in 1990, Elizabeth worked at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. She earned a BA from Colby College and an MBA from Boston University.

Recent Posts

A Trump White House: Potential Impact on US Banks

Posted by Elizabeth Schroeder, Senior Credit Research Analyst on Dec 12, 2016 9:00:00 AM

Donald Trump’s presidential victory may have a mildly positive impact on US banks. A change in several economic factors could signal a more positive environment for banks, including:

  • Net interest income should experience a boost, as higher interest rates should push net interest margins higher.
  • Commercial and industrial loan growth rates are likely to increase with funding for President-elect Trump’s infrastructure projects.
  • Commercial bank customers are also expected to increase borrowing as they should benefit from lower taxes and reduced regulations.
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Topics: Credit Research

A Stable Outlook for US Banks: 6 Factors to Watch

Posted by Elizabeth Schroeder, Senior Credit Research Analyst on Feb 19, 2015 1:19:44 PM

Overall, my outlook for US banks remains stable with some hope for a positive turn later in 2015. The game changer will be the Federal Reserve. Should the Fed begin to take steps towards higher rates this year, bank earnings could improve. 

Here are the highlights: 

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Topics: Credit Research

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