Moody’s CreditTrends will focus on credit outlooks and risks for 2019, as well as the longer-termvulnerabilities to watch out for. Lookbeyond the short-term shocks into long term risks
The event serieswill engage key market players – investors, issuers, economists, regulators andcredit analysts – and look beyond the headlines to provide a comprehensivemarket view for the year ahead.
How resilient are the banks to market and credit shocks?
How strong are corporate and infrastructure fundamentals as the credit cycle turns?
Hong Yan is Professor of Finance at Shanghai Advanced Institute of Finance (SAIF), Shanghai Jiao Tong University, where he serves as a Deputy Dean. He is also the Deputy Director for China Academy of Financial Research. He is the founding director of the China Hedge Fund Research Center. Before joining SAIF full-time, Prof. Yan was a tenured faculty member at the Moore School of Business in the University of South Carolina, USA. Previously, he was on the faculty sat the University of Texas at Austin and spent a year as a visiting academic scholar at the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC). He also held visiting appointments at the U.S. Federal Reserve Board, the University of Hong Kong, and Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business in Beijing, China.Read Full Bio
Lian Ping is the Chief Economist of Bank of Communications Co., Ltd., he holds a PhD degree and is a professor and doctoral supervisor. Mr. Lian is the director of the China Banking Association’s Industry Development Research Committee,the president of China Chief Economist Forum, the executive director and senior fellow of China Finance 40 Forum, and the director of the National Institute for Finance & Development，the Shanghai Municipal Government decision-making consultation expert. Mr. Lian is a fellow of Expert to Receive State Council Special Allowance, and he is often invited to attend expert panels chaired by the Premier of the State Council.Read Full Bio
Li Ma is a Managing Director for Moody’s Investors Service and is based in Shanghai. Li’s first stint at Moody’s was between June 2002 and August 2007. He left Moody’s as a Senior Analyst and Vice President in the Structured Finance Group in Hong Kong to work for the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS). At RBS, Li held multiple credit review and approval roles before his appointment as the Chief Risk Officer in China. Li rejoined Moody’s in April 2013, served as the President of China Chengxin International Credit Rating Co. Ltd.Read Full Bio
Dr. Michael Taylor is a Managing Director for Moody’s Investors Service. He is also Moody’s Chief Credit Officer for the Asia Pacific region. Michael leads regional research, particularly with a cross-sectoral and macro credit focus, as well as coordinating major regional analytical initiatives.Read Full Bio
Stephen Long is a Managing Director co-responsible for Moody’s global bank ratings. He is based in Hong Kong and primarily focuses on bank ratings in the Asia Pacific region. He is also responsible globally for Moody’s ratings of non-bank financial institutions.Read Full Bio
Minyan Liu is an Associate Managing Director for the Financial Institutions Group in Asia. Based in Hong Kong, Minyan is responsible for the management of Moody’s bank credit portfolio in Greater China, Korea and Mongolia.Read Full Bio
Yulia Wan is an Analyst with Moody’s Financial Institutions Group in Asia. Based in Shanghai, she is responsible for a portfolio of banks in Mainland China.Read Full Bio
Kai Hu is a Senior Vice President in Moody’s Corporate Finance Group, based in Shanghai. He covers a portfolio of large Chinese state-owned enterprises. Before joining Moody’s, Kai worked in credit risk management, trade finance and project finance at various financial institutions, including Citigroup and China Merchants Bank in New York and Bank of Communications, Shanghai Pudong Development Bank in Shanghai.Read Full Bio
Jin Wu is a Vice President-Senior Credit Officer in the Corporate Finance Group. Based in Shanghai, Jin covers a portfolio of large Chinese state-owned enterprises. Prior to Jin’s current role, he worked for Moody’s affiliate, China Chengxin International Credit Rating, and managed different rating groups there.Read Full Bio
Martin Petch is a Vice President – Senior Credit Officer with Moody’s Sovereign Risk Group. Based in Singapore, he covers a portfolio of sovereign credits in the Asia Pacific region – including China, Australia, Hong Kong - as well as credits in Central Asia and the Caucasus.Read Full Bio
Ada Li is a Vice President - Senior Analyst with the Public Project & Infrastructure Finance Group, covering a portfolio of Chinese and Hong Kong infrastructure companies across utilities, ports, metro and toll roads.Read Full Bio
Shelley Dong, Associate-Events & Outreach