Japan Corporate Credit Insight 2024

Credit quality in corporate Japan amid global uncertainty

Virtual Event | Japanese with English simultaneous interpretation

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Despite lingering macro risks such as inflationary pressure and rising global interest rates continuing to impact Japanese corporates, the high number of rating actions taken by Moody's Japan within the first half of 2024 have continued to remain relatively neutral or positive. We are finding the credit stability in corporate Japan is largely due to defensive business models and financial discipline outside of the impact of currency. Join our bi-annual event to hear from our lead analysts on the key credit issues affecting Japanese corporates and the background behind recent rating actions.

Topics include:

  • How are rated Japanese corporates, utilities, and local governments performing now and going forward?
  • What is the outlook for key sectors over the next 12 to 18 months?
  • What are the macro tailwinds and headwinds now and going forward for Japanese non-financial corporates?
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    Mariko Semetko Associate Managing Director, Corporate Finance Moody's Ratings Bio
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    Dean Enjo Vice President – Senior Analyst, Corporate Finance Moody's Investors Service Bio
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    Roman Schorr VP-Senior Analyst, Corporate Finance Moody's Investors Service Bio
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    Ryohei Nishio AVP – Analyst, Corporate Finance Moody's Investors Service Bio
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    Koji Maejima Analyst, Corporate Finance Group Moody’s Ratings Bio
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    Hiroe Yamamoto Analyst, Public Infrastructure Finance Moody's Investors Service Bio
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    Sachiko Awano Analyst, Sub-Sovereign Moody's Ratings Bio
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    If you have any questions about the event, please contact Eriko Yamada at eriko.yamada@moodys.com.