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.
Cecilia Skingsley took up the post of Deputy Governor of the Swedish Riksbank in May 2013 with a term of office of six years. She represents the Riksbank on the Committee on the Global Financial System (CGFS) and on the Euro Retail Payments Board (ERPB). She is also the Governor of the Riksbank’s alternative on the Board of Directors of the BIS and chairs the retail payments council. In October 2016, Ms Skingsley was appointed to co-chair the World Economic Forum’s working group Global Future Council on the Future of Financial and Monetary Systems. Ms Skingsley has a BSc in economics and a financial analyst diploma. She was previously chief economist at Swedbank and has also worked at Dagens Industri, ABN Amro Bank and the Ministry of Finance.Read Full Bio
Sean is responsible for Moody’s analytic teams that rate banks and nonbank financial companies in the Nordics, Baltics, South-Eastern Europe and emerging markets in Middle East and Africa. Prior to relocating to London in 2011, Mr. Marion held various positions of progressive responsibility in Moody’s, including working in the firm’s offices in Mexico City and Toronto. Mr. Marion holds graduate degrees in economics from the Université Paris I (Sorbonne) and the London School of Economics. He also holds an undergraduate degree from Bishop’s University, Canada.Read Full Bio
After serving the French public administration in several positions (including as Senior Adviser to Valérie Pécresse, Minister for the Budget and Public accounts) between 2007 and 2012, Olivier was appointed Chief Economist of the French leading Business Association (Association francaise des entreprises privées) in the summer of 2012. He joined the Moody’s Sovereign Department in Frankfurt as Vice-President/Senior Analyst in May 2018.Read Full Bio
Niclas Boheman, based in London, is Moody’s lead analyst on a number of financial institutions in the Nordics and Baltics.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
Alexander Zeidler is a Senior Credit Officer at Moody’s in London. He joined Moody’s in January 2006 focusing on Commercial Real Estate Finance. Alexander is lead analyst for several covered bonds with a focus on Austria and the Nordics.Read Full Bio
Maria Gillholm is a VP-Senior Credit Officer in the Corporate Finance team and has worked with Moody’s in Sweden since March 2017. She is the lead analyst for Nordic real estate issuers.Read Full Bio
Helen Francis is a Senior Analyst in Moody’s EMEA Infrastructure Finance team, based in London. She is responsible for a portfolio of unregulated and regulated utilities in Germany, Spain and CEE. Over the course of a long career at Moody’s, Helen has played a key role in the development of the Infrastructure Finance team, supporting development of its broad European coverage and strong reputation.Read Full Bio
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