· Strengths: Capital buffers against higher interest rates· Risks: Rise in debt-servicing burdens and correction in asset prices
· Peer comparison: More resilient than other emerging markets to US tapering
Rahul Ghosh, Vice President – Senior Research Analyst
Eugene Tarzimanov, Vice President – Senior Credit Officer, Financial Institutions Group
Moody’s analysts from the Financial Institutions Group, covering ASEAN and Indian banks will also be present to take questions during the Q&A session. The entire session — with prepared remarks and the Q&A — will last about one hour.If you wish to participate, please RSVP early. Dial-in numbers will be provided. REGISTER HERE Registration is required.
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Related Research and Methodologies·
Press Release: ASEAN and India banking systems well positioned to cope with tapering and higher interest rates, 8 April 2014 ·
Special Comment: ASEAN and Indian Banks Resilient to US Tapering and Higher Interest Rates, 7 April 2014 ·
Special Comment: Fed Tapering Will Lead to Greater Credit Differentiation in Asia,11 March 2014 A complete list of Moody’s methodologies may be found here.