Japan Corporate Finance Conference 2019

Friday, June 14, 2019

June 2019

Conference

Japan Corporate Finance Conference 2019

Paradigm Shifts across Japanese Corporates

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Japan Corporate Finance Conference 2019

Paradigm Shifts across Japanese Corporates
Friday, June 14, 2019
June 2019
The Tokyo Station Hotel
Tokyo
東京

Japan Corporate Finance Conference 2019

Paradigm Shifts across Japanese Corporates

Friday, June 14, 2019
June 2019
The Tokyo Station Hotel
Tokyo
東京
東京
東京

Japan Corporate Finance Conference 2019

Paradigm Shifts across Japanese Corporates

Friday, June 14, 2019
June 2019
The Tokyo Station Hotel
Tokyo
東京

Which Japan corporate sectors are most affected by digital transformation?

Moody’s is hosting a conference on 14th June to discuss the key drivers and implications of evolving business environment in Japan. It will focus on the latest trends and major paradigm shifts across the corporate sectors.    

Senior corporate & infrastructure finance analysts will look deeper into what is driving progress, what are risks involved and how it will affect the creditworthiness.

Agenda

12.30          Registration  

13.00          Opening Remarks

Mihoko Manabe, Associate  Managing Director, Corporate Finance Group, Moody’s

13.10          MaaS Panel Discussion

New  way of travel – Will mobility as a service be a boon or bust for Japanese  automakers and other sectors?

  • Maas’s potential threat or opportunity for Japanese automakers
  • Companies’ initiatives to cope with the change and potential credit  implications

Panelists:

Motoki Yanase, VP – Senior Credit Officer, Corporate  Finance Group, Moody’s

(Guest Speakers to be announced)

Moderator:

Masako Kuwahara, VP –  Senior Analyst, Corporate Finance Group, Moody’s  

13.55          E-commerce panel discussion

New way to do business – Will Japanese corporates shift successfully  to e-commerce?

  • The impact on traditional retailers vs. platformers
  • E-commerce strategies and their credit implications

Panelists:

Akifumi Fukushi, VP –  Senior Analyst, Corporate Finance Group, Moody’s  

(guest speakers to be announced)

Moderator:

Mariko Semetko  VP – Senior Credit Officer, Corporate  Finance Group, Moody’s

14.40          Japan corporates presentation

Introduction to Moody’s approach to corporate governance assessment

  • Key factors to assess quality of corporate governance
  • Preliminary view on select Japanese corporates

Takashi Akimoto, AVP – Analyst,  Corporate Finance Group, Moody’s

Motoki Yanase, VP –  Senior Credit Officer, Corporate Finance Group, Moody’s

15.10          Networking  & Coffee Break

15.30          Sector Roundtables (2 rounds)

Moody’s Corporate &  Infrastructure Finance Group

* 2 rounds will be taken place.

  • Motoki Yanase (Auto,  Telecom, Beverage)
  • Takashi Akimoto  (Auto Parts Manufacturing, Steel)
  • Yukiko Asanuma (Chemical,  Pharma)
  • Mariko Semetko (Utility,  Gas, and Energy)
  • Hiroe Yamamoto (Regional  and Local Governments)
  • Masako Kuwahara (Diversified  Technology and Trading Companies)
  • Akifumi Fukushi (Retail, Integrated Electronics, and Real Estate)

16.30          Close  of the Conference

Further Information

If you have any question to analysts or any inquiry, please contact Moody's Events Japan.

Japan Corporate Finance Conference 2019

Paradigm Shifts across Japanese Corporates

June 2019
Friday, June 14, 2019
The Tokyo Station Hotel
Tokyo

Moody’s is hosting a conference on 14th June to discuss the key drivers and implications of evolving business environment in Japan. It will focus on the latest trends and major paradigm shifts across the corporate sectors.    

Senior corporate & infrastructure finance analysts will look deeper into what is driving progress, what are risks involved and how it will affect the creditworthiness.

Agenda

12.30          Registration  

13.00          Opening Remarks

Mihoko Manabe, Associate  Managing Director, Corporate Finance Group, Moody’s

13.10          MaaS Panel Discussion

New  way of travel – Will mobility as a service be a boon or bust for Japanese  automakers and other sectors?

  • Maas’s potential threat or opportunity for Japanese automakers
  • Companies’ initiatives to cope with the change and potential credit  implications

Panelists:

Motoki Yanase, VP – Senior Credit Officer, Corporate  Finance Group, Moody’s

(Guest Speakers to be announced)

Moderator:

Masako Kuwahara, VP –  Senior Analyst, Corporate Finance Group, Moody’s  

13.55          E-commerce panel discussion

New way to do business – Will Japanese corporates shift successfully  to e-commerce?

  • The impact on traditional retailers vs. platformers
  • E-commerce strategies and their credit implications

Panelists:

Akifumi Fukushi, VP –  Senior Analyst, Corporate Finance Group, Moody’s  

(guest speakers to be announced)

Moderator:

Mariko Semetko  VP – Senior Credit Officer, Corporate  Finance Group, Moody’s

14.40          Japan corporates presentation

Introduction to Moody’s approach to corporate governance assessment

  • Key factors to assess quality of corporate governance
  • Preliminary view on select Japanese corporates

Takashi Akimoto, AVP – Analyst,  Corporate Finance Group, Moody’s

Motoki Yanase, VP –  Senior Credit Officer, Corporate Finance Group, Moody’s

15.10          Networking  & Coffee Break

15.30          Sector Roundtables (2 rounds)

Moody’s Corporate &  Infrastructure Finance Group

* 2 rounds will be taken place.

  • Motoki Yanase (Auto,  Telecom, Beverage)
  • Takashi Akimoto  (Auto Parts Manufacturing, Steel)
  • Yukiko Asanuma (Chemical,  Pharma)
  • Mariko Semetko (Utility,  Gas, and Energy)
  • Hiroe Yamamoto (Regional  and Local Governments)
  • Masako Kuwahara (Diversified  Technology and Trading Companies)
  • Akifumi Fukushi (Retail, Integrated Electronics, and Real Estate)

16.30          Close  of the Conference

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