S&P Asia-Pacific Banking Webcast Series: China, Wednesday September 23, 2015 Hong Kong/China 2.30 p.m HKT

Please join us for a webcast September 23 2015 on the Chinese banking sector.

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Date & Time: Wednesday  September 23, 2015  
Hong Kong/China  Singapore/Malaysia 2.30 p.m.

As part of our series of Asia-Pacific banking webcasts, we will be discussing the emerging credit issues for the Chinese banking system.

Register now for the webcast.  You will receive the replay as long as you register, even if you end up missing it.

Key Discussion points:

  • What’s behind the negative trend for economic risks facing Chinese banks?
  • How does this outlook revision affect the ratings on banks in China?

Speakers:

  • Qiang Liao, Senior Director, Financial Institutions Ratings
  • Gavin Gunning, Senior Director, Financial Institutions Ratings (Moderator)

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 over the phone. Please email us your questions instead.
A Mandarin-language call on the same topic will be held at 3:30 p.m. Hong Kong / Beijing time. Please click hereto register.

 

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