Global Emerging Markets | Asia Deep Dive (Ex China)

Can Asia-Pacific’s credit quality remain stable amid a slowing China, tight global liquidity and challenging geopolitics?

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Operating conditions have held up even as external demand has slowed, fiscal support has ebbed and monetary policy remains tight, supporting broadly stable credit quality across the region. Nevertheless, issuers in Asia-Pacific will have to navigate ongoing threats and new shocks, including the ramifications of conflict in the Middle East, political transitions and climate-related developments.  Join our analysts as they discuss these latest issues and their impact on Asia-Pacific’s credit quality. 

Discussion topics: 

  • How has credit stress in China affected the region? 
  • Will persistent globally high interest rates and geopolitical developments influence domestic credit conditions and monetary policy amid sustained currency volatility? 
  • What are the prospects for growth and reform following elections in India and Indonesia?

Interactive session bringing together cross-sector credit experts to assess regional credit dynamics.


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    Vikash Halan Managing Director, Corporate Finance Moody's Ratings Bio
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    Christian de Guzman Senior Vice President, Sovereign Risk Group Moody's Ratings Bio
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    Eugene Tarzimanov Senior Vice President, Financial Institutions Moody's Ratings Bio
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    Grace Lim Analyst, Sovereign Risk Group Moody's Ratings Bio