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.
Event will be held in French
Learn how Moody’s CreditView includes deep insight on sector dynamics and themes that can inform your credit analysis.
Yasmina Serghini is an Associate Managing Director in Moody’s Investors Service’s Corporate Finance Group. She is the chair of Moody’s Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) working group in EMEA. Moody’s is committed to incorporating ESG risks into its analysis and, in this role, Yasmina co-ordinates Moody’s ESG research and outreach initiatives in the region. In addition, Yasmina manages the teams in Paris and in Milan that are responsible for investment grade and high yield companies primarily in the retail, pharmaceutical, railway, ferry, beverage and postal services industries.Read 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
Alain Laurin heads the Financial Institutions group with responsibility for ratings on banks in France and the Benelux since June 2013. Between 2008 and 2013 Alain was Regional Credit Officer for the Europe, MiddleEast and African region (EMEA). Prior to joining Moody’s in August 2008, Alain was at Banque of France for 25 years where he held several positions in the International department – including a seven-year secondment to the World Bank – and at the Banking Commission where he was Director of off-site supervision between 2006 and 2008. Read Full Bio
Olivier Panis is a Vice President – Senior Credit Officer in the EMEA Financial Institutions Group based in Dubai. He covers a portfolio of banks and financial companies in the GCC region and North Africa. Prior to joining Moody’s in 2013, he was heading the Portfolio Management team for Emerging Markets at Barclays. He started his career as a financial analyst at the French Ministry of Finance in Paris. Olivier Panis holds a MSc in Economics from the Université PARIS I (Sorbonne).Read Full Bio
Anne-Sophie Spirito is a Vice President – Senior Analyst in the Structured Finance Group at Moody’s Investors Service. Anne-Sophie is lead analyst for several covered bonds programmes with a focus on France and Italy.Read Full Bio
Vincent Gusdorf is a Vice President-Senior Analyst in Moody’s Investors Service’s Corporate Finance Group. Based in Paris, he manages a portfolio of investment grade and high yield companies in the retail sector. He mostly covers retailers such as Carrefour, Ahold-Delhaize, Metro or Dia. In addition, he coordinates Moody’s innovation efforts in EMEA among analysts and has developed an expertise in artificial intelligence.Read Full Bio
Paul Marty is a Senior Vice President in Moody’s EMEA Infrastructure Finance team, based in London. He oversees a team of analysts covering regulated and unregulated utilities across EMEA, and is also responsible for a portfolio of utilities in France and Belgium. Over the course of a long career at Moody’s, Paul has covered a broad range of sectors including oil & gas and real estate and is experienced in rating both conventional and complex structured financing arrangements. Paul is an authority on the European utility sector, the lead author of Moody’s rating methodology for regulated electric and gas networks, and currently responsible for Moody’s coverage of some of the largest unregulated utilities in the region. He has published extensively on the utilities sector, authored well-received reports on environmental risks and developments and frequently presents Moody’s views at investor roundtables and other events.Read Full Bio
Lucie is the lead analyst for several Sub-Saharan African sovereigns and supranational issuers and is a senior member of Moody’s Africa Sovereign Ratings team. Lucie holds a postgraduate degree in Probability and Statistics from a French Engineering School (ENSAI) and a Master’s degree in Economics from the Panthéon-Sorbonne University in Paris.Read Full Bio
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