12th Annual Poland & CEE Credit Risk

Thursday, September 27, 2018

September 2018

Summit

12th Annual Poland & CEE Credit Risk

thursday, November 08, 2018
london

12th Annual Poland & CEE Credit Risk

Thursday, September 27, 2018
September 2018
InterContinental Warszawa
Warsaw

12th Annual Poland & CEE Credit Risk

Thursday, September 27, 2018
September 2018
InterContinental Warszawa
Warsaw

12th Annual Poland & CEE Credit Risk

Thursday, September 27, 2018
September 2018
InterContinental Warszawa
Warsaw

12th Annual Poland & CEE Credit Risk

Thursday, September 27, 2018
September 2018
InterContinental Warszawa
Warsaw

12th Annual Poland & CEE Credit Risk

Thursday, September 27, 2018
September 2018
InterContinental Warszawa
Warsaw

On 27 September 2018, Moody’s will bring together market participants and credit analysts for a discussion on the region’s growth prospects, key risk factors and the effect of market trends on the region. Register and join over 100 senior investors, issuers and credit experts for an interactive half-day conference to gain new insights into regional credit developments.

Why Attend?

<div class="custom-container w-container"><div class="custom-item-holder alt"><img src="https://global-uploads.webflow.com/59faed4401b9500001e97e74/5ae342314cc19f6883e3c11f_discover2-white.png" class="custom-item-icon alt"><div class="custom-item-text-holder"><h1 class="custom-item-heading alt white">Discover</h1><p class="custom-item-para alt white">Discover fresh perspectives on the market dynamics</p></div></div><div class="custom-item-holder alt"><img src="https://global-uploads.webflow.com/59faed4401b9500001e97e74/5ae342ff8cb7533468114601_Analyze%202.png" class="custom-item-icon"><div class="custom-item-text-holder"><h1 class="custom-item-heading alt white">Analyze</h1><p class="custom-item-para alt white">Analyse which trends will have the most significant impact in the year ahead</p></div></div><div class="custom-item-holder alt"><img src="https://global-uploads.webflow.com/59faed4401b9500001e97e74/5ae3432d0d74803949144d7f_network2.png" class="custom-item-icon"><div class="custom-item-text-holder"><h1 class="custom-item-heading alt white">Networking</h1><p class="custom-item-para alt white">Network with the top Moody's analysts and senior investors and other market participants.</p></div></div></div>

Agenda

08.30          Registration and Coffee

09.00          Welcome Address  

Chairman: David Aldrich, Associate Managing Director, Emerging Markets  

Piotr Janczak, Country Manager and Head of Relationship Management, CEE

09.10          Sovereign Plenary Panel

Robust economic growth, despite institutional challenges

  • Growing supply constraints on the labour market
  • Risk factors to fiscal position of declining indebtedness
  • Impact of EU fund flows and conflicts with the EU on Polish economy

Heiko Peters, Assistant Vice President Analyst,  Sovereign Risk Group

Followed by a Panel Discussion

Led by Dietmar Hornung, Associate  Managing Director, Sovereign Risk Group

Heiko Peters, Assistant Vice President Analyst,  Sovereign Risk Group

Tomasz Gibas, Economic Adviser, European Commission Representation in Poland

Piotr Bielski, Director of Economic Analysis Department, Santander Bank Polska

10.10         Banking Plenary Panel

How will Polish banks cope with profitability challenges and requirements for resolution capital?

  • Profitability proved resilient for now – but how will competitive dynamics, and the expected increase in cost of credit and funding evolve?
  • How will funding structures of banks develop in light of requirements for mortgage cover bond funding and the upcoming pension reform increasing competition for deposit funding?
  • How will evolving bank resolution plans and requirements for resolution capital affect strategies and cost of funding?

Arif Bekiroglu, Assistant Vice President – Analyst, Banking

Followed by a Panel Discussion

Moderated by Carola Schuler, Managing Director, Banking

Dr. Ernest Pytlarczyk, Chief Economist, mBank

Dr Mariusz Zygierewicz, Director of the Economic-Regulation Department, Polish Banking Association

Rafał Kozłowski, Chief Financial Officer, Vice President of the Management Board, PKO Bank Polski

11.10  – 11.30 Coffee & Networking Break

11.30          Corporate Plenary Panel

Corporate credit trends beyond the CEE

  • Our EMEA corporate outlook
  • Key credit drivers for EMEA corporates in 2018
  • Effect of key credit drivers on main sectors

Martin Kohlhase, Vice President – Senior Credit Officer, Corporate Finance Group

Followed by Green Bond Panel Discussion  

Led by Martin Kohlhase, Vice President – Senior Credit Officer, Corporate Finance Group

Dietmar Hornung, Associate Managing Director, Sovereign Risk Group

Helen Francis, Vice President – Senior Credit Officer, Global Infrastructure Finance

Alexander Wheal, Associate Director, Debt Capital Markets, Global Banking & Markets, HSBC Bank

12.30         Lunch & Networking

13.30          Sub-Sovereign Presentation

Economic growth prospects continue to boost Polish RLGs’ operating revenues

  • Growing self-funding capacity and moderate debt levels support Polish RLGs’ good position across CEE
  • Continuation of prudent budgetary and debt management
  • RLGs take full advantage of available EU funds under the current programming period with limited recourse to debt

Gjorgji Josifov, Assistant Vice President – Analyst, Sub-Sovereign Group

14.00           Workshop

Demystifying credit rating

Martin Kohlhase, Vice President – Senior Credit Officer, Corporate Finance Group

14.30          Close of the Conference

Speakers

Moody's Speakers

David Aldrich

Managing Director

MIS Commercial Group

Moody's Investors Service

Moody's Investors Service

MIS Commercial Group

Managing Director

David Aldrich

David is Managing Director, Head of Emerging Markets EMEA, for both Relationship Management and Regional Management, Moody’s Investors Service. He leads and manages the Commercial activities for Emerging Markets, with responsibility for originating and maintaining ratings mandates for financial institutions, corporates, subsovereigns and local governments in Russia, CIS, Central and Eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa. David also oversees the regional strategy in EMEA, outside the EU27 and UK, including managing the relevant MIS Country Managers. David has managed businesses in securities services, fixed income and derivatives at BNY Mellon, JP Morgan, Credit Suisse and UBS.

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Helen Francis

Vice President – Senior Credit Officer

Infrastructure Finance

Moody's Investors Service

Moody's Investors Service

Infrastructure Finance

Vice President – Senior Credit Officer

Helen Francis

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.

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Dietmar Hornung

Associate Managing Director

Sovereign Risk Group

Moody's Investors Service

Moody's Investors Service

Sovereign Risk Group

Associate Managing Director

Dietmar Hornung

Dietmar Hornung, Associate Managing Director, leads the Sovereign Risk Group’s European team, covering the European countries and the European supranationals. Prior to his appointment as team leader, Dietmar was Moody’s lead analyst on a number of European sovereign credits, including Germany, France, Italy, Ireland, Russia, EU, EFSF and ESM.

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Carola Schuler

Managing Director

Financial Institutions Group

Moody's Investors Service

Moody's Investors Service

Financial Institutions Group

Managing Director

Carola Schuler

Carola Schuler is a Managing Director in the Europe, Middle East and Africa banking team, based in Frankfurt. In this capacity, she is responsible for Moody’s analytical teams that rate banks primarily in the Eurozone and Central and Eastern Europe as well as non-bank financial companies across Europe and emerging markets in Middle East and Africa.

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Piotr Janczak

Country Manager for Poland & Head of Relationship Management for Central and Eastern Europe

Moody's Investors Service

Moody's Investors Service

Country Manager for Poland & Head of Relationship Management for Central and Eastern Europe

Piotr Janczak

Piotr Janczak serves as the Moody’s Investors Service’s Country Manager, Poland. Based in Warsaw, he leads the rating agency’s operations in Poland and coordinates the commercial activities of Moody’s across Central and Eastern Europe (CEE). Mr. Janczak graduated from the Foreign Trade Faculty of the Warsaw School of Economics. He has more than 25 years’ experience in equity as well as debt capital markets and loans across CEE. He joined Moody’s Investors Service in 2015 from Erste Group Bank AG, where he had been a director at the Merchant Banking division, based in Prague and covering CEE. Prior to that, Mr. Janczak served as a Director of Capital Markets at Deutsche Bank group in Warsaw.

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Arif Bekiroğlu

Assistant Vice President - Analyst

EMEA Banking

Moody's Investors Service

Moody's Investors Service

EMEA Banking

Assistant Vice President - Analyst

Arif Bekiroğlu

Arif Bekiroğlu is Moody’s lead analyst for EMEA financial institutions, specialising in Central and Eastern Europe. He currently provides ratings analysis for a portfolio of banks in Hungary, Poland, Romania and Slovenia. Prior to that he covered Czech Republic and Slovakian banks, as well as financial institutions in Turkey, Qatar and United Arab Emirates. This included private, public, and state affiliated banks; small and mid-sized commercial and Islamic lenders, and government-related institutions and factoring and leasing companies. Arif joined Moody’s in 2005 as co-analyst for financial institutions in Latin America and lead analyst on structured products in the US where he evaluated first-issuance and re-securitisation products.

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Heiko Peters

Assistant Vice President - Analyst, Sovereign Risk Group

Moody's Investors Service

Moody's Investors Service

Assistant Vice President - Analyst, Sovereign Risk Group

Heiko Peters

Heiko Peters is an Assistant Vice President - Analyst in Moody’s Sovereign Risk Group, and is based in the Frankfurt office. He has Lead Analyst responsibilities for a number of European sovereigns and supra-nationals, producing ratings and research related to their creditworthiness.

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Gjorgji Josifov

Assistant Vice President - Analyst, Sub-Sovereign

Moody's Investors Service

Moody's Investors Service

Assistant Vice President - Analyst, Sub-Sovereign

Gjorgji Josifov

Gjorgji Josifov joinedMoody’s in 2011 as Assistant Vice President – Analyst within the Sub-SovereignGroup, covering a comprehensive portfolio of regional and local governments aswell as government related issuers in various countries of Central and EasternEurope including Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia,Greece, Hungary, Latvia, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Turkey and Ukraine.

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Martin Kohlhase

Vice President - Senior Credit Officer, Corporate Finance Group

Moody's Investors Service

Moody's Investors Service

Vice President - Senior Credit Officer, Corporate Finance Group

Martin Kohlhase

Martin has nearly 20 years capital markets experience as a credit and equity analyst in Europe and the Middle East. Based in Frankfurt, he is currently lead analyst for a portfolio of corporates from the chemical sector and coordinates MIS conference activities in the CEE region. His assignments at Moody’s include a secondment in Dubai from 2008-2015 where he covered corporates and government-related issuers from the Middle East, Turkey and Africa spanning many sectors including oil and gas, investment holding companies, real estate, utilities and telecoms. Since joining Moody’s in 2004 he has been involved in assignments for investment grade and high yield ratings as well as Islamic Finance transactions. Among his primary coverage in Europe were the manufacturing, packaging, paper and forest products sectors. Martin holds a diploma in economics with a concentration in finance and econometrics/statistics from the University of Konstanz/Germany.

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Further Information

Any questions please contact

Christopher.deRidder@moodys.com