Credit Markets Today & Beyond
Thursday, November 21, 2019
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November 21, 2019 | 10 am EST | 3 pm GMT
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The current global expansion is now several years old and beginning to show signs of late-cycle behavior. Many are predicting a recession that could hit as soon as 2020. In this 30-minute webinar, we will show how you can use CreditEdge data and analytics to prepare your portfolio for when the credit cycle turns. The session will cover:

 

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Questions? Email: MA-Webinars@moodys.com

08.30 Registration and Coffee

09.00 Welcome Remarks  

Neal Shah, Managing Director, Head of EMEA Structured Finance Group

09.05 Fireside Chat: The State of the UK Housing Market

Ifigenia Palimeri, Managing Director, Structured Finance Group

Lee Layton, Associate Director, Residential Research, Cushman and Wakefield

09.30 Panel Discussion – The Transformation of the UK Buy-to-Let (“BTL”) Sector

Moderated by

Barbara Rismondo, Senior Vice President/Manager, Structured Finance Group

Participants

John Heron, Managing Director of Mortgages, Paragon Bank; Chairman, Buy-to-let Panel, UK Finance

Helen Gordon, CEO, Grainger plc; President, British Property Federation (BPF)

Richard Lambert, CEO, National Landlord Association

Daniel Tomlinson, Research and Policy Analyst, Resolution Foundation

10.15 Refreshment Break

10.45 Macroeconomic Update: Moody’s View on the Credit Outlook for the UK

Sarah Carlson, CFA, Senior Vice President, Sovereign Risk Group

11.10 Panel Discussion – Mortgage Product Offering Evolution

Moderated by

Laurie Mayers, Associate Managing Director, Financial Institutions Group

Participants

Bruno Meiller, Executive Committee Director,  L&G Home Finance

Amir Mehr, Credit Data And Analytics Director, Kensington Mortgages

Graham Sellar, Head of Mortgage Development, Santander UK

Jackie Bennett OBE, Director - Mortgages, UK Finance

11.55 Closing Remarks 

Neal Shah, Managing Director, Head of EMEA Structured Finance Group

12.00 End of the Conference followed by Lunch

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