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As colleges develop plans for reopening campuses for fall of 2020, we will explore the outlook for enrollment, state funding, and other revenue streams as well as actions universities are taking in response to a dynamic environment.
A panel discussion on the effects of COVID-19 on the credit quality of bonds secured by tax revenue that depend on retail sales, tourism and consumption.
Given the unprecedented credit environment that we’ve entered into, Moody's has taken relatively few negative rating actions. This session will explore Moody's view that most municipal credits will survive the downturn with their ratings intact.
Investment volatility threatens to compound already-elevated state and local government pension liabilities, concurrent with revenue drops stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic.
How will new pension pressure impact budgets? How does this latest spike in pension risk differ from prior pension loss episodes?
State revenue has fallen quickly and deeply amid the COVID-19 pandemic and the economic consequences of social distancing. How will they manage their finances? Is federal aid enough? What about Puerto Rico and other territories?
Hospitals are at the forefront of the COVID-19 crisis. This webinar will offer an opportunity for participants to learn how we are managing ratings during this crisis as events unfold on a daily basis.
The municipal market’s exposure to credit deterioration due to coronavirus and the related economic downturn, tempered in part by recent federal government actions.
Naomi Richman, SVP, US Public Finance – Moderator
Joined by: Mike Rowan, Tom Jacobs, Nick Samuels, Eva Bogarty, Lisa Goldstein, Susan Fitzgerald, Florence Zeman, Kurt Krummenacker