Credit Trends

Thursday, January 17, 2019

January 2019

Conference

Credit Trends

Tuesday, 21 may 2019
Lotte hotel seoul

Credit Trends

Thursday, January 17, 2019
January 2019
Hotel Nimb
Copenhagen

Credit Trends

Thursday, January 17, 2019
January 2019
Hotel Nimb
Copenhagen

Credit Trends

Thursday, January 17, 2019
January 2019
Hotel Nimb
Copenhagen

Credit Trends

Thursday, January 17, 2019
January 2019
Hotel Nimb
Copenhagen

Credit Trends

Thursday, January 17, 2019
January 2019
Hotel Nimb
Copenhagen

Look beyond the short-term shocks into long term risks

Moody’s Credit Trends provides forward looking views that focus on the key credit outlook shifts for the year ahead and long-term market trends and vulnerabilities.

We will take a closer look at what comes next in the credit cycle; what rising trade and protectionism tensions mean to credit; what are the key regional trends across sectors and other topical questions.  

Credit Trends is a unique platform to engage with key market participants -  senior investors, issuers, intermediaries and credit analysts - and gain a deeper understanding of the impact of global, regional and local credit trends across sectors.

Why Attend?

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Agenda

08.30           Registration & Coffee

09.00           Opening Remarks

Marie Elvesol, Country Manager for the Nordic Office, Regional Management
Sean Marion, Managing Director, EMEA Banking

09.10            Big Picture Presentation

Fading cycle, reform fatigue and political risks: European sovereigns are entering choppy waters

  • A fading cycle and risks from global trade tensions weigh
  • Progress on structural economic reforms will determine those best able to cope with the slowdown in growth
  • Structural fiscal weaknesses as cyclical tail winds weaken and interest rates normalize
  • Politics continue to dominate the credit story for some: Brexit, Italy

Steffen Dyck, Vice President, Senior Credit Officer, Sovereign

09.45           Banking Plenary Session

Banks’ resiliency to market and credit shocks

  • How are banks repared for the next downturn?
  • Reshaping of global investment banks
  • New risks: Competition driven by fintech, cybercrime, Brexit and trade wars

Sean Marion, Managing Director, Banking

Niclas Boheman, Assistant Vice President, Analyst, Banking

Alessandro Roccati, Senior Vice President, Banking

Alexander Zeidler, Vice President, Senior Credit Officer, Structured Finance

10.30           Networking & Coffee Break

11.00            Default and Rating Trends

Recent developments and risks to the outlook

  • Default and rating performance review
  • Credit outlook and risks: Which sectors are more exposed?
  • Recovery rates - Moody's approach and potential risks

Colin Ellis, Managing Director, Credit Strategy

11.20           Corporate Plenary Session

Corporate credit quality at the peak of the credit cycle

  • Corporate credit vulnerabilities for the next downturn
  • Which corporate segments are more vulnerable to the next credit cycle?
  • How increasing interest rates, trade wars and Brexit could impact corporate credit quality

Daniel Harlid, Assistant Vice President, Corporate Finance

Helen Francis, Vice President, Senior Credit Officer, Infrastructure Finance

12.05           Close of the Conference

Further information

Any questions please contact:

Jasmine Endres

Assistant Director - Events & Outreach

jasmine.endres@moodys.com