Date & Time:
20 July 2015
With China’s continuing slowdown and the ongoing uncertainties in the Eurozone, how may Asia-Pacific sovereign ratings be impacted? Please join us for a webcast on the rating and outlook trends for Asia-Pacific sovereigns.
You will receive a link to access the replay as long as you register, regardless if you attend the webcast on the actual day.
Key discussion points:
- Have economic slowdown and external uncertainties slowed credit improvements for sovereign ratings with positive outlook, including Korea and Indonesia?
- What are the sovereign credit implications for China given the recent developments?
- Is a potential US monetary policy normalization still a threat to emerging market sovereigns in Asia-Pacific?
Speaker: Kim Eng Tan, Senior Director, Sovereign Ratings
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