Category Archives: Global

Moody’s Global Teleconference Series: Risks from Rising Emerging Markets External Debt (APAC) (10:00 Hong Kong / 11:00 Tokyo / 12:00 Sydney), 4 August 2016

Moody’s Global Teleconference Series:
Risks from Rising Emerging Markets External Debt

August 3 & 4
Moody’s Investors Service will be hosting two teleconferences to discuss recent trends in emerging market debt and the risks and vulnerabilities they create. Please click on your preferred date and time below to register.

Americas/EMEA: Wednesday, August 3, 201610:00AM EDT / 3:00PM BST / 4:00PM CEST
This session will be led by:
» Anne Van Praagh, Managing Director, Credit Strategy and Research (Moderator)
» Elena Duggar, Associate Managing Director, Credit Strategy and Research
» Meredith Roscoe, Vice President – Senior Research Analyst, Credit Strategy and Research
» Dietmar Hornung, Associate Managing Director, Sovereign Risk Group
» Mauro Leos, Vice President – Senior Credit Officer / Manager, Sovereign Risk Group
» Anushka Shah, Assistant Vice President – Analyst, Sovereign Risk Group

The following topics will be discussed: 
» What are the recent trends in public and private sector external debt across regions?
» How large is debt issued through off-shore subsidiaries?
» How do Emerging Europe, Latin America, Asia Pacific and the Middle East and Africa regions compare?
» What are the implications for emerging markets vulnerability to external debt crises?
» Which countries are most vulnerable?

APAC: Thursday, August 4, 201610:00AM HKT / 11:00AM JST / 12:00PM AEST
This session will be led by:
» Michael Taylor, Managing Director, Chief Credit Officer – APAC (Moderator)
» Elena Duggar, Associate Managing Director, Credit Strategy and Research
» Meredith Roscoe, Vice President – Senior Research Analyst, Credit Strategy and Research
» Anushka Shah, Assistant Vice President – Analyst, Sovereign Risk Group

The following topics will be discussed:
» What factors explain the tripling of emerging market debt in the past decade?
» Does the changing balance between public and private sector debt increase emerging market vulnerability?
» Is Asia at risk of a re-run of the 1997-98 financial crises?
» How significant a risk factor is debt issued through off-shore subsidiaries?

Additional analysts will be available to answer questions on both calls.

Both calls will last approximately 60 minutes. A replay will be available in a post-event email.
Registration for both is required. Please click on your preferred session to receive the dial-in details.

Participants are encouraged to submit their questions prior to the event. Please email asiaevents@moodys.com.

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S&P 2016 Global Economic Outlook – Live Video Webcast And Q&A, Oct 14, 11am ET

2016 Global Economic Outlook

Live Webcast and Date & Time: Wednesday October 14, 2015 11:00 a.m. EDT

 

Please join the Global Economics Team from Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services on Wednesday, October 14, 2015 at 11:00 a.m. Eastern Daylight Time for an interactive, live video Webcast and Q&A on highlights from their 2016 Global Economic Outlook.

Register for the Webcast

Speakers are:

Beth Ann Bovino
Chief Economist, Untied States
Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services
Joaquín Cottani
Chief Economist, Latin America
Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services
Paul Gruenwald
Chief Economist, Asia Pacific
Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services
Jean-Michel Six
Chief Economist, Europe, Middle East & Africa
Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services
Moderated by:
John Kingston
President
McGraw Hill Financial Global Institute

A replay will be sent to all registrants.

 

Watch Live: World Economic Outlook Press Conference, Tuesday, October 6, 2015, 10:00 AM EDT

Watch the release of IMF’s World Economic Outlook Tuesday, October 6, 2015, 10:00 AM EDT you can plan to follow our press conferences, panel discussions, and other events when they happen!

The live webcast of the press conference for the World Economic Outlook will be available here: http://www.imf.org/external/pubs/ft/weo/2015/02/index.htm?email=true

The last released report in July can be accessed here

http://www.imf.org/external/pubs/ft/weo/2015/update/02/