High hopes, higher risks?
This year´s Moody’s Emerging Markets Summit gathered a virtual audience to explore the key credit drivers for emerging markets in 2023 and beyond. Alongside leading EM practitioners, we discussed how emerging markets can rethink their development model in the current environment. Register for the on-demand now to gain insights into how we evaluated critical pressures affecting emerging markets and grasp their medium and long-term effects.
What will drive EM credit in 2023 and beyond?
- Global environment for EMs: China has reopened, but financial and property sectors are stressed. What does it mean for EMs?
- Financing conditions: How much more severe they might get? And what is the impact on developing markets’ credit?
- Big shifts: How are geopolitics, carbon transition driving credit conditions for EMs?
EM defaults, recovery and restructuring
- How will EM sovereign and corporate defaults evolve in 2023 and beyond?
- Is the G20 Common Framework fit for purpose?
- Will an increasing diversity of sovereign creditor types reduce recovery rates?
- Are Brady Bonds 2.0 or debt-for-nature swaps necessary?
- Should we re-think the role of IFIs and local capital markets?
Re-thinking the EM development model
- Has higher environmental and social-related risks structurally changed the opportunity of investing in emerging markets?
- Is the term “emerging market” still relevant in today’s changing world?
- How can EM governments re-engineer their development model?
- Will EM sovereigns and corporates win the war against climate change?
- Who is winning from technology and digitalization?
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