Daily Archives: September 11, 2015

Webcast : IDR15, 000 To US$1 Could Strain The Ratings On Indonesian Companies, Monday September 14, 2015 HKT 3.00 p.m.

IDR15, 000 To US$1 Could Strain The Ratings On Indonesian Companies

Live Webcast And Q&A: 

Date & Time: Monday September 14, 2015 HKT 3.00 p.m.

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Please join us for a webcast and Q&A on September 14 for an update on the major credit developments in the Indonesian corporate sector, following soft GDP growth figures and the rupiah depreciation.

Key discussion points:

  • What are the emerging trends for corporate credit quality in Indonesia?
  • How critical is the currency depreciation as a rating driver for Indonesian companies and what could be the pressure point?
  • How much rating headroom does the rated corporate sector have?
  • How well are companies equipped to deal with the weaker currency and tougher operating conditions?

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Speakers from corporate ratings team:

  • Xavier Jean, CFA, Director, Southeast Asia
  • Kah Ling Chan, Director, Southeast Asia (Q&A)
  • Abhishek Dangra, FRM,, Director, South and Southeast Asia (Q&A)
  • Vishal Kulkarni, CFA, Associate Director, South Asia (Q&A)

You will need computer speakers or headphones to listen to the webcast. You may submit your questions for the speakers in real time via the web interface. Please test your system here at least 15min before the scheduled start time.

If you are not able to view a short flash video play with audio on both Internet Explorer and Firefox, you can still join the webcast via dial-in numbers provided in the confirmation email you will receive once you have registered online. Participants who listen by phone only will NOT be able to submit a question.

A replay will be sent to all registrants a few hours after the live webcast.

 

Webinar : How effective are hedging practices of corporates in containing some of the impact on their profitability? Join us on 16 September 2015 at 1.30 PM

The recent volatility in the currency markets has taken everyone by surprise. A rate hike by US Fed now seems more a question of ‘when’ rather than ‘if’. Ind-Ra looks at how India’s largest corporates are positioned to handle adverse currency movements.

Register now, Join us on 16 September 2015 at 1.30 PM

In this webinar, India Ratings will discuss the challenges faced by India’s top 500 corporate borrowers, in managing risks from the falling rupee. We look at the sensitivity of their profitability to currency movements and provide in-depth perspective on some well entrenched myths relating to importers and exporters.

How robust is the credit profile of corporate India to be able to withstand a sustained depreciation in the currency?

Are exporters likely to derive benefits of a fall in the rupee and become competitive?

Which sectors are likely to benefit and which are likely to see a negative impacted in the event of a currency depreciation?

How effective are hedging practices of corporates in containing some of the impact on their profitability?