Thailand Credit Briefing

IN-PERSON EVENT | Waldorf Astoria Bangkok, Thailand.

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Join us and discover the latest insights to the key macro and sovereign trends shaping Thailand's credit landscape in 2024! Do not miss this event as our key experts dive and examine banking outlook for Thai banks and the latest development in climate transition through sustainable finance.

**Registration have now closed due to capacity limit.**


09:00 - 10:00

[Pre-Conference Workshop] Moody's Masterclass: Integrating ESG in credit ratings and sustainable finance

  • How does Moody's incorporate ESG considerations in credit ratings?
  • What are the key trends of the global/APAC sustainable finance market?
  • How will Second Party Opinions enhance transparency in the sustainable finance market?
  • Case study of Moody's Second Party Opinion

Limited seats available.

10:00 - 10:30


10:30 - 10:35

Welcome Remarks

10:35 - 10:45

Thailand: Structural challenges weigh on longer term prospects

  • What are the drivers behind the affirmation of Thailand's Baa1 rating and stable outlook?
  • What factors will proper Thailand's near-term growth as it faces longer-term structural challenges?
  • How have Thailand's fiscal trends changed, and how will they impact the sovereign credit profile?
10:45 - 11:00

Risks and Opportunities for Thai Banks

  • How will the soft macroeconomic environment affect Thai banks?
  • How are Thai banks faring relative to their regional peers?
  • Will new technologies and digital banks change the competitive landscape?
11:00 - 11:30

Coffee Break

11:30 - 12:15

Facilitating Climate Transition through Sustainable Finance

  • How does Moody's consider transition risks in credit ratings and how do Thai banks' exposure to the risk compare with their regional peers?
  • What are the opportunities and challenges for Thai banks and what ecosystems support the climate transition?
  • How can we improve transparency in assessing green bonds and the corporate decarbonization pathway?

Closing Remarks


Poonsit Wongthawatchai Executive Vice President, Environmental, Social and Governance Division Bank of Ayudhya Bio
Jeffrey Lee Vice President - Sustainable Finance Regional Manager, Second Party Opinion, APAC Moody’s Ratings Bio
Tengfu Li Vice President - Senior Analyst, Financial Institutions Moody's Ratings Bio
Grace Lim Analyst, Sovereign Risk Group Moody's Ratings Bio


Event Details:

Venue Name: Waldorf Astoria Bangkok

Address: 151 Ratchadamri Rd, Lumphini, Pathum Wan, Bangkok 10330, Thailand