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.
Sarah is responsible for a portfolio of credits that includes the United Kingdom, Ireland, Portugal, and Cyprus. She is also one of the Sovereign Risk Group’s global spokespeople. She joined Moody’s in 2009 after completing a Sloan Fellowship at the London Business School.Read Full Bio
Laurie Mayers is an Associate Managing Director in Moody’s European Banking team. Laurie has responsibility for the analytical teams covering bank and non-bank financial institutions in the UK and Ireland as well as for the global investment banks located in EMEA and North America.Read Full Bio
Alessandro Roccati joined Moody’s in May 2012 as a Senior Vice President in the Financial Institutions Group, based in London. His portfolio includes large European banks. Prior to joining Moody’s, Alessandro spent fifteen years in equity research as a Senior analyst covering European banks at global investment banks: Macquarie, Man Group, Credit Lyonnais and Nikko Securities. He started his career as a credit analyst covering European banks at UniCredito. Alessandro graduated in Economics from Bocconi University in MilanRead Full Bio
Vincent Allilaire is a VP-Senior Credit Officer in the Credit Strategy and Standards team. In this role, he leads the thematic credit research for the EMEA region, integrating macroeconomic and credit trends with credit views across rating groups and sectors to ensure rating consistency.Read Full Bio
Paolo Leschiutta is a Vice President � Senior Credit Officer with Moody�s European Corporate Finance Team in the Milan office.Read Full Bio
Niel Bisset is a senior analyst in Moody’s EMEA Infrastructure Finance team, based in London. He is responsible for a portfolio of electric and gas utilities in Spain, Italy, Portugal, Israel and Ireland. Over an extended career in credit, Niel has developed in-depth knowledge of the utility sector. Before joining the Infrastructure team, he covered a range of industries and sectors within Moody’s, including banking, insurance, media, telecoms and sub-sovereigns. Niel is one of the lead analysts covering unregulated utilities in Europe and has written extensively on credit and industry issues, including Moody’s annual outlook for the sector. He is the lead author of Moody’s Rating Methodology for Unregulated Utilities and Unregulated Power Companies published in October 2014. Niel is also the principal commentator on hybrid bond financing by utilities.Read Full Bio
Fabio Iannò is in charge of a portfolio of Italian and Irish banks. Prior to joining Moody’s in March 2018, Fabio was a Director at Fitch Ratings in London for 7 years covering Italian banks.Read Full Bio
Antonello is Associate Managing Director for the EMEA Insurance Team. He is responsible for Moody’s analytic team maintaining Moody’s ratings on EMEA insurers. Antonello joined Moody’s in 2008 as a senior insurance analyst covering some of the major European (re)insurers. Prior to Moody’s, Antonello was responsible for the FIG rating advisory practise at Credit Suisse in Europe. Prior to joining Credit Suisse, Antonello was a senior analyst at S&P insurance and worked in the FIG M&A team of DrKW and ABN AMRO. Antonello holds an MBA from HEC and is alumnus of London Business School. He graduated in business administration cum laude from Bocconi University in Italy. Antonello is fluent in English, Italian and French.Read Full Bio
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