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FIX India Conference 2016 – 1st Sept, Mumbai, Complimentary Pass for AIWMI/IAAIF and CCRA Global Community Members

AIWMI/IAAIF are pleased to partner with FIX Trading Community for their upcoming India FIX conference scheduled on 1st Sept 2016 at ITC Grand Central, Mumbai.
AIWMI/IAAIF  and CCRA Global Community Members can avail a complimentary pass by registering on the event info provided below.
 
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India
Thursday, 01 Sept 2016 – ITC Grand Central
Registration Open

Entering its 8th year, the FIX Trading Community™ India FIX Conference is the leading electronic trading event in India where industry peers come together to discuss the most pressing issues in the trading world. The conference also act as a catalyst for industry action and dialogue to help solving industry challenges as well as highlights the latest trends such as Blockchain, Microsecond trading etc. This electronic trading conference is designed for both traders and technologists trading equities and derivatives in India and offshore markets. This industry conference will continue to be free of charge to FIX Trading Community members (with limitations on the number of registrations per member firm) and buy-side participants.

Topics to be discussed:

  • In-Production: Blockchain Use Cases
  • Controls and Technology: The New Trading Realities in the HFT
  • The Devil in the Detail: Analyzing India’s Market Microstructure Evolution
  • Technology Discussion – From Millisecond to Microsecond
  • Buy-side Trading and Liquidity Landscapes
Date: Thursday, 01 September 2016
Venue: Ballroom, ITC Grand Central
Format: 1 Day Event with Networking Luncheon and Exhibition
More information and registration: www.fix-events.com/India
Sponsorship & Speaking Opportunities: sammy.ho@fix-events.com
Enquiries: barbara.law@fix-events.com
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Seminar : India Credit Spotlight – 3 Aug 2016, 1030am, Mumbai

India Credit Spotlight –

India And China: Fighting The Growth War On Different Battlegrounds

Grand Hyatt, Mumbai
August 3, 2016, 10.30 a.m. – 1.00 p.m.

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Please join us for a seminar on Wednesday, 3 August on the major credit trends and outlook for India.

Key discussion points:

  • Fiscal policies in India and China: A comparative view
  • What is the status of Indian infrastructure and how does it influence manufacturing competitiveness?
  • Insights on investment cycles in India
  • How do top Indian corporates compare with top Chinese corporates?
  • How Indian and Chinese Banks are navigating through tough operating environment
  • Sovereign drivers for India

Speakers from S&P Global Ratings:

  • Geeta Chugh, Senior Director and Sector Specialist, Financial Services Ratings, South and South East Asia, S&P Global Ratings
  • Christopher Lee, Managing Director & Chief Ratings Officer, Greater China, Corporate Ratings, S&P Global Ratings
  • Mehul Sukkawala, Senior Director and Analytical Manager, Corporate Ratings, South and South East Asia, S&P Global Ratings
  • Kim Eng Tan, Senior Director, Sovereign and International Public Finance Ratings, Asia-Pacific, S&P Global Ratings

Speakers from CRISIL:

  • Pawan Agrawal, Chief Analytical Officer, CRISIL Ratings
  • Dharmakirti Joshi, Chief Economist, CRISIL Limited
  • Prasad Koparkar, Senior Director, CRISIL Research

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India Credit Spotlight Event – India And China: Fighting The Growth War On Different Battlegrounds, August 3, 2016, Mumbai,

India Credit Spotlight –

India And China: Fighting The Growth War On Different Battlegrounds

Grand Hyatt Mumbai, August 3, 2016

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Date:

Mumbai
August 3, 2016
10.30 a.m. – 1.00 p.m.

Venue:
Grand Hyatt Mumbai
Off Western Express Highway
Santacruz East
Mumbai, India 400055

Registration is from 10:00 a.m.

 

Seats are limited. Register now to reserve your seat.

Key discussion points:

  • Fiscal policies in India and China: A comparative view
  • What is the status of Indian infrastructure and how does it influence manufacturing competitiveness?
  • Insights on investment cycles in India
  • How do top Indian corporates compare with top Chinese corporates?
  • How Indian and Chinese Banks are navigating through tough operating environment
  • Sovereign drivers for India

 

Speakers from S&P Global Ratings:

  • Geeta Chugh, Senior Director and Sector Specialist, Financial Services Ratings, South and South East Asia, S&P Global Ratings
  • Christopher Lee, Managing Director and Chief Ratings Officer, Corporate Ratings, Greater China, S&P Global Ratings
  • Mehul Sukkawala, Senior Director and Analytical Manager, Corporate Ratings, South and South East Asia, S&P Global Ratings
  • Kim Eng Tan, Senior Director, Sovereign and International Public Finance Ratings, Asia-Pacific, S&P Global Ratings

 

Speakers from CRISIL:

  • Pawan Agrawal, Chief Analytical Officer, CRISIL Ratings
  • Dharmakirti Joshi, Chief Economist, CRISIL Limited
  • Prasad Koparkar, Senior Director, CRISIL Research

 

 

Credit Summit 2016 – 26th July 230PM, Sofitel Hotel, Mumbai – Complimentary Invite

Credit Summit India 2016

 

Tuesday, July 26th, 2.30PM Hotel Sofitel, Mumbai

Register Now – Avail a Complimentary Pass

Emerging markets are changing amid rapid urbanization and expanding domestic credit markets. This is creating a need to broaden and deepen bond markets to help finance corporate expansion and new infrastructure necessary to sustain the region’s growth.

Globally, uncertainty regarding Brexit, Monetary policies for central banks and fear of Chinese currency devaluation is keeping market on toes. Locally, with RBI stepping up efforts on cleaning the banking system, Govt backing PSB consolidation, SEBI changing REIT’s and InVit regulations, increasing volatility in rupee are making headlines.

With improving financial inclusion and new banking players on board, there is lot of anxiety in the outlook for banking and credit markets for near term. The Credit Summit India 2016 will capture views on issues impacting banking and credit markets this year and importantly thoughts on the year ahead; and what that might mean for you and your business, as you navigate the debt markets and capital providers relevant to your business, sector and geographic footprint.

This conference brings professionals responsible for Fixed income issuances, institutional fixed income investors, fund managers, fin-tech lenders together with senior management of banking and financial services companies, banks and rating agencies.

AIWMI’s Credit Summit India 2016 aspires to be an annual focal point for global investors to learn about the wider industry and the strategic debate within which Credits operate, and secondly as an objective platform for the most interesting investment themes and best performing funds/banks/credit instruments in India.

AIWMI’s Credit Summit India 2016 is one of the largest Credit and Debt Market in the sub-continent with a focus on how to:

·         Understand Public sector banking consolidation?

·         The latest in Credit Ratings and nuances

·         Understand Inherent risks associated with Debt from investor perspective

·         Analyze impact of Global Macro on your portfolio and credit investments

·         The rise of Alternative investment funds, REIT’s and InVits as new age players in debt

·         How to deal with a higher banking regulatory risk

·         Latest about Structured Credit funds and strategies

·         How to implement new strategies for Credit Risk and Stress testing

·         How to implement asset allocations in Credit in your Pension/Insurance portfolio

·         How to pinpoint trends and overall outlook for Credit Markets in India as well as global credit market outlook

·         Impact of Brexit, monetary policies on your portfolio

Attendees will benefit from:

·         Network with leading rating agencies, Credit strategy firms, Hedge funds, dealers, Banking professionals, capital providers, AMC professionals & private equity and other buy side investors

·         Equip yourself with forward focused strategies to adapt, grow & compete with India’s Banking and Credit market landscape

·         Hear from over a dozen leading Lenders, investors and Banking/Credit Markets speakers who will share their knowledge and strategies

·         Navigate the newest trends and opportunities in Loan markets, credit markets, credit strategy and ratings

·         Grasp the global Credit outlook and Indian debt outlook

·         Gain insights into developments in India’s emerging and frontier markets

 

Tuesday, 26th July 2016

14.30: Registration

15.00: Welcome Address

Mr. Aditya Gadge, CEO, Association of International Wealth Management of India

15:05 Welcome Address (NISM): Credit Markets – Banking Consolidation and Rise of Fintech Lenders

Confirmed: Mr. Sandip Ghose, Director, National Institute of Securities Markets

15.10: Keynote address from the honorary Chief Guest – Regulator

15.40: Keynote address from the honorary Chief Guest – IBA

16.10: Panel Discussion: Corporate Credit Quality – Lack of skills or need for better analysis?

Confirmed

Mr. R C Lodha, Executive Director, Central Bank of India

Mr. Bhaskar Niyogi, Head – Enterprise Risk and Policy, RBL Bank

Mr. Mohan Jayaraman, MD – Experian India

Mr. D R Dogra, CEO, CARE Ratings

Inviting

Mr. Ananth Narayan, Co-Head, Wholesale Banking, Standard Chartered Bank

17.05: Surviving New age Lending and Credit Markets Outlook

Confirmed

Mr. Sashank Rishyasringa, MD, Zen Lefin

Mr. Gurpreet Chhatwal, Business Head – Large Corporates, CRISIL Ratings

Mr. M P Baliga, Senior Program Director, CAFRAL

Inviting:

Ms. Zarin Daruwala, CEO – Standard Chartered

Mr. V Srinivasan, Deputy Managing Director, Axis Bank

18.00 Vote of Thanks from the chairperson and close of the conference followed by Networking over High tea

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Creditsights : APAC Fixed Income Conference 12th July Hongkong , 14th July Singapore

CreditSights, a leading independent credit research provider, is hosting its 2016 Asian Credit Conferences in Hong Kong on July 12th and in Singapore on July 14th. These conferences are designed to allow attendees to interact with CreditSights analysts and hear their views on their respective sectors; there are also opportunities for attendees to network with other professionals in the Asian Fixed Income space.

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Below are the focus topics  CreditSights has announced for the 2016 Asian Credit Conferences:

–          Global Strategy

o    Brexit/US economy/Interest rate outlook

o   Outlook on US, Euro IG/HY

–          China Panel

o   Credit Growth Shadow Banking

o   Onshore Bond Market Issues

o   Lessons from Japan

–          APAC Banks

o   Health of banking system in APAC

o   TLAC

–          APAC Corporates

o   China Property Outlook

o   China Industrials Outlook

o   Indian/Indonesian Corporates Outlook

CreditSights conferences are offered on a complimentary basis to institutional investors, although registration is required and space is limited. Interested attendees should register for the event in advance by visiting

https://www.creditsights.com/dl/2016_Asian_Conference_Agenda.pdf.

CCRA Curriculum contains content reproduced with permission from Creditsights. This blog is not affiliated with, or sponsored  or endorsed by, CreditSights.

Moody’s Teleconference – Japan Credit Series: Support Assumptions for Japanese Megabank Holding Company Debt, Tuesday, 16 February 2016, 9:00am Hong Kong / 10:00am Tokyo / 12:00pm Sydney / 5:00pm US West Coast

Moody’s Teleconference
Japan Credit Series:
Support Assumptions for Japanese Megabank Holding Company Debt
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Events Details
Tuesday, February 16, 2016
9:00am Hong Kong
10:00am Tokyo
12:00pm Sydney
5:00pm US West Coast
Moody’s Investors Service will hold a teleconference on Tuesday, 16 February 2016 to discuss support assumptions for Japanese megabank holding company debt.

This discussion will be led by:
» Graeme Knowd, Managing Director – Banking, Financial Institutions Group (Moderator)
» Shunsaku Sato, Vice President-Senior Credit Officer, Financial Institutions Group
» Tetsuya Yamamoto, Vice President-Senior Analyst, Financial Institutions Group

The following topics will be discussed:
» Level of government support incorporated into holding company debt
» Government’s willingness and ability to provide pre-emptive support to megabanks
» Support assumptions for holding company debt will change if government moves towards supporting particular debt class

The related reports may be viewed at the following links:
FAQ: Support Assumptions for Senior Unsecured Debt Instruments Issued by Japanese Megabanks (Feb 10, 2016)                         
Announcement: Moody’s incorporates “Very High” support assumptions for all debt classes issued by Japan’s megabanks (Feb 10, 2016)

This call will last approximately 60 minutes and registration is required.
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Moody’s Teleconference: Australian 2016 Credit Outlook (APAC), 17 February 2016

Moody’s Teleconference : Australian 2016 Credit Outlook – Impact of External Risks and Domestic Rebalancing on Australian Credit

Wednesday, 17 February 2016,  11:00 Hong Kong / 12:00 Tokyo / 14:00 Sydney

Discussion Items

·         Australia’s economic and sovereign outlook within a global context

·         Recent market volatility and credit implications

·         China, commodities, currency and confidence

·         Real estate, interest rates and regulation

Speakers
Atsi Sheth, Associate Managing Director, Sovereign Risk Group

Patrick Winsbury, Associate Managing Director, Corporate Finance and Financial Institutions Groups
Jennifer Wu, Associate Managing Director, Structured Finance Group

Arnon Musiker, Vice President – Senior Credit Officer, Infrastructure Finance Group
Debra Roane, Vice President – Senior Credit Officer, Sub-Sovereign Group

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.

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 Registration Is Required

Replay information will be provided to registrants after the teleconference.

Submit Questions in Advance

Participants are encouraged to submit questions in advance of the teleconference by clickinghere.

IndRA Event : “Gradual Economic Recovery – Can India Break Free?” Jan 22, 7:30 PM. MUMBAI

India Ratings and Research invites you for an event on 22 January, 2016 to discuss the FY17 Macroeconomic Outlook at The St. Regis, 462, Senapati Bapat Marg, Lower Parel, Mumbai 400013. The event will begin at 7:30 PM.

This year’s theme is, “Gradual Economic Recovery – Can India Break Free?”

As we enter into 2016, there is both relief and concern on the economic front. Relief because India is not only best placed among emerging/BRICS economies but is also at the doorstep of a new growth run. Concern because investment revival is nowhere in sight. Therefore, sustaining the growth momentum is going to be a challenge.

The Forum would focus on:

  • Macroeconomic Outlook for FY17
  • How has the consumption/investment story evolved so far?
  • Can India go past the current rate of GDP growth?

Dr. Devendra Kumar Pant, Chief Economist & Head Public Finance.

The forum will be followed by a cocktail dinner.

Register now

Venue
The St. Regis Mumbai,
462, Senapati Bapat Marg, Lower Parel,
Mumbai 400013.
Time: 7:30 PM

We have limited seats. Register today.

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India Ratings’ Forum on the Macroeconomic Outlook for FY17 on 19 Jan 2016 in New Delhi

India Ratings and Research invites you for an event on 19 January, 2016 to discuss the FY17 Macroeconomic Outlook at The Imperial, in Janpath, New Delhi. The event will begin at 7 PM.

This year’s theme is, “Gradual Economic Recovery – Can India Break Free?”

As we enter into 2016, there is both relief and concern on the economic front. Relief becauseIndia is not only best placed among emerging/BRICS economies but is also at the doorstep of a new growth run. Concern because investment revival is nowhere in sight. Therefore, sustaining the growth momentum is going to be a challenge.

The Forum would focus on:

  • Macroeconomic Outlook for FY17
  • How has the consumption/investment story evolved so far?
  • Can India go past the current rate of GDP growth?

Dr. Devendra Kumar Pant, Chief Economist & Head Public Finance and Dr. Sunil Sinha, Principal Economist will present the outlook at the forum.

The forum will be followed by a cocktail dinner.

Venue
Le Meridien New Delhi,
Windsor Place, Raisina Road,
New Delhi 110001.
Time: 7:00 PM

We have limited seats. Register today.

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Webinar : Exposure Draft of the IFRS Practice Statement: Application of Materiality to Financial Statements, Nov 19, 10am GMT

This Thursday the IASB will give a live web presentation on the Exposure Draft of the IFRS Practice Statement Application of Materiality to Financial Statements.

IASB Executive Technical Director Hugh Shields and IASB staff will introduce the Exposure Draft, which was published on 28 October 2015, and answer questions from the public.

The Exposure Draft has been developed to assist management in applying the concept of materiality (as required by IFRS) in the preparation of financial statements. The Exposure Draft is open for comment until 26 February 2016.

The presentation will last approximately 45 minutes, including questions and answers.

Click on the icon below to register for the webinar.

Date/Time (GMT) Topic Register
Thursday 19 November 2015
10.00am GMT
Draft Practice Statement: Application of Materiality to Financial Statements

For more details, click here.

India Ratings : Decoding India – A Macro-economic Perspective’, Bengaluru, Friday, August 7th, 2015 , 6:30 pm

We take great pleasure in inviting you to India Ratings Friday in Bengaluru, on Friday, August 7th, 2015 from 6:30 pm onwards, followed by cocktails and dinner

The theme of the event is ‘Decoding India – A Macro-economic Perspective’

“India’s economic growth is set to accelerate as capital investments gather pace and the government tackles bottlenecks that have stalled industrial projects”, says Reserve Bank of India Governor. The recent rebound in industrial production, better-than-expected monsoons, pick-up in corporate hiring activity and push to government spending for infrastructure – all seem to indicate that economic and industrial revival has begun, despite global headwinds. However, some issues still remain that pose a challenge to economic growth.

Join Dr. Sunil Kumar Sinha, Principal Economist and Director – Public Finance, India Ratings and Research, as we discuss the outlook for the Indian economy going ahead.

The presentation will be followed by an interactive Q & A session and cocktails with dinner.

Venue:
The Park, Bangalore
14/7, MG Road, Bangalore- 560042.

We are confident that you will find this interaction useful and look forward to your participation!. However, registration for the event is compulsory

Register soon, limited seats available.

RSVP: investor.services@indiaratings.co.in

ModelOff to host Mumbai’s largest ever Financial Modeling Meetup

ModelOff to host Mumbai’s largest ever Financial Modeling Meetup
We are holding a FREE networking event for Mumbai’s Finance, Banking, Investment, Accounting, Quant and Analytical community in Mumbai on 12 June at The Good Wife in BKC. Connect with like-minded professionals, meet the team behind the Financial Modeling World Championships as well as some of the world’s top supermodelers, including India’s first ever ModelOff World Finalist, Anup Agarwal! Share this event with your friends and colleagues. We are so excited to be coming to Mumbai, India, to meet some of the world’s most outstanding financial modeling minds.
Where: The Good Wife, G Block, The Capital The Working Group, Bandra Kurla Complex
When: Friday June 12, 2015 from 6.30pm – 9.30pm
Note: You must register for this FREE event

 

Could profit or loss become more useful? And what is the role of other comprehensive income?, Brussels, 1 July 2015

Could profit or loss become more useful? And what is the role of other comprehensive income?
Investors are invited to join us in Brussels on 1 July 2015.

We are seeking input from investors as we consider ways to improve the usefulness of profit or loss (P&L). This will be one of the key issues we discuss with investors as part of the International Accounting Standards Board’s (IASB) project to propose changes to its Conceptual Framework for Financial Reporting.

Join us to share your views on how the P&L could better meet your needs:

  • Is P&L the starting point in your analysis? If not, what is?
  • Are there items included in the P&L that you eliminate? What are they?
  • Are there elements that you need but that you do not find in the P&L statement?
  • Are there items shown in other comprehensive income (OCI) that you include in your analysis? If you do not use OCI, why not?
  • Should bad news (adverse litigation, for example) that is expected but still uncertain be reflected earlier than good news?
  • When assets are measured at fair value through P&L, how do you treat the gains and losses associated with the changes in value during the period?
  • Do you trust P&L items more than balance sheet items?

The discussion will be led by a panel of leaders in the investment management industry and the accounting standard-setting community, including Jesùs Lopez Zaballos, Chairman of the European Federation of Financial Analysts Societies (EFFAS); Françoise Flores, Chairman of the European Financial Reporting Advisory Group’s Technical Export Group (EFRAG TEG); Patricia McBride, EFRAG Technical Director; Hans Buysse, member of EFFAS Management Committee and EFRAG Board member; Steve Cooper, IASB member and Frank Klein (Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management). As an introduction to the panel debate, the results of a study sponsored by EFRAG and the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland (ICAS) of how investors use financial statements will be presented, and the implications for financial reporting will be discussed.

This event is hosted by the IASB, in conjunction with EFRAG, EFFAS and the Association Belge des Analystes Financiers (ABAF).  This event will take place at EFRAG’s offices; for further details please read the formal invitation here.

To register please send an email to event@efrag.org, including your contact details, by 24 June 2015.

This event forms part of a comprehensive programme of outreach activities to all IFRS stakeholders. Find out more about IASB investor outreach at the IASB’s Investor Centre.

Other information about the Conceptual Framework can be found here.

 

Event – Identifying Turning Points in Indian Forex Markets for building Long Term Wealth FXStreet Friday, May 22, 2015 from 7:00 PM IST, Mumbai,

Event Details

Identifying Turning Points in Indian Forex Markets for building Long Term Wealth
Vishal will be discussing how he identifies entry and exit points on multiple timeframes when trading the Indian Forex markets. He will examine how to locate and judge the quality of the zones before taking a trade.

About Vishal Subandh

Vishal has been trading the Indian and Global Markets since 2008. He holds a Bachelor of Computer Engineering and Masters in Finance (United Kingdom, London) degrees. He has prior worked with leading investment banks like ING Bank (Europe, Amsterdam) and Credit Suisse in the fields of trading and risk management. He quit his job in 2010 to become a full time professional trader after joining Online Trading Academy. Within three years of hard work and dedication, his passion towards trading led him to become an Instructor and Senior Trading Mentor at Online Trading Academy. Vishal now heads the Research and Education team for Online Trading Academy in India. Vishal specializes in trading equities, futures, options, commodities and currencies markets. To become a successful trader one has to abide by a simple strategy and follow a rules based approach and that is his main focus when delivering a class to students.

 

Educational Proposal:

1. Attendees brief introduction (5 to 10 minutes)

2. Key Speech (45/50 minutes)
3. Q&A (10/15 minutes)
4. Thanks to our great sponsor Tradenext, the group will enjoy some snacks afterwards while making friends and keep talking.

Book your seat!

Have questions about Mumbai – Identifying Turning Points in Indian Forex Markets for building Long Term Wealth? Contact FXStreet

S&P Mumbai Seminar : India Inc : Through the lens of Global Financial Markets, Thursday 26th March 10am IST

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Date:
Thursday
March 26, 2015

Time:

10.00 a.m. – 1: 00 p.m.(followed by lunch)

Venue:

Mumbai
Taj Mahal Palace
Crystal Central Room

 

Please join us for a seminar where Standard & Poor’s ratings analysts and industry experts will share their views on major credit trends and outlook for India Inc..

Register now as seats are limited.

Key topics:

  • India macroeconomics from a global perspective
  • Key risks and growth drivers of Indian corporates and banks in an Asian context
  • Financing needs of corporate India and banking
  • Panel Discussion – India Inc.: Through The Lens Of Global Financial Markets

Speakers:

  • Pawan Agrawal, Chief Analytical Officer, CRISIL Ratings
  • Geeta Chugh, Senior Director and Analytical Manager, Asia-Pacific Financial Services Ratings, Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services
  • Guy Deslondes, Managing Director, General Manager, Asia-Pacific Corporate Ratings, Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services
  • Dharmakirti Joshi, Chief Economist, CRISIL
  • Mehul Sukkawala, Director, Asia-Pacific Corporate Ratings, Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services

Panelists:

  • Sidharath Kapur, Chief Financial Officer (Airports), GMR Group
  • Michael Seewald, Managing Director and Analytical Manager, Asia-Pacific Corporate Ratings, Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services
  • Jujhar Singh, Managing Director, Capital Markets & Co-Global Head, High Yield Product Group, Standard Chartered Bank

Moderator:

  • Ritesh Maheshwari, Managing Director and Lead Analytical Manager, Asia-Pacific Financial Services Ratings, Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services

About Standard & Poor’s:
Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services, part of McGraw Hill Financial (NYSE: MHFI), is the world’s leading provider of independent credit risk research and benchmarks. We publish more than a million credit ratings on debt issued by sovereign, municipal, corporate and financial sector entities. With over 1,400 credit analysts in 25 countries, and more than 150 years’ experience of assessing credit risk, we offer a unique combination of global coverage and local insight. Our research and opinions about relative credit risk provide market participants with information and independent benchmarks that help to support the growth of transparent, liquid debt markets worldwide.

About CRISIL:
Based in India, CRISIL is a global analytical company providing ratings, research, and risk and policy advisory services. It is majority-owned by Standard & Poor’s, a part of McGraw Hill Financial and the world’s foremost provider of credit ratings.

 

Moody’s Analytics Webinar: Evolving Practices in Stress Testing Structured Finance Portfolios, Date: Thursday, October 16, 2014, 730pm IST

Webinar:  Evolving Practices in Stress Testing Structured Finance Portfolios

Date: Thursday, October 16, 2014
Time: 10:00 AM EST/730Pm IST

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Given the evolving regulatory environment, market participants are finding the need for greater transparency, consistency, and accuracy in reporting and analysis of their structured finance products. Join Moody’s Analytics and PRMIA for a complimentary webinar on Evolving Practices in Stress Testing Structured Finance Portfolio which focuses on:

  • Identifying the most challenging asset classes
  • Complexities in forecasting RWA
  • How to dynamically run macroeconomic scenarios

Presenter:
David Kurnov – Director, Structured Analytics and Valuation, Moody’s Analytics

Moderator:
Alexandru Voicu, Director of Education, PRMIA

This webinar is complimentary for all participants and is organized and presented by Moody’s Analytics. Thank you to Moody’s Analytics for making this webinar available to PRMIA members for their learning opportunity

Moody’s Teleconference Invitation (APAC – English): Proposed Bank Rating Methodology – 11 September 2014, 12pm IST

Moody’s Investors Service will be hosting a series of teleconferences in light of our Proposed Bank Rating Methodology – Request for Comment.

Discussion Items

  • Key changes and highlights
  • Macro profiles
  • BCA financial profile and qualitative adjustments
  • Support and structural analysis
  • Impact analysis

Speakers

Brian Cahill, Managing Director, Corporate Finance & Financial Institutions Group

Nick Hill, Managing Director, Financial Institutions Analytics

Stephen Long, Managing Director, APAC – Financial Institutions Group

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

Replay information will be provided after the teleconference.

Submit Questions in Advance

Below is a list of dates covering all other regions

EMEA: Wednesday, 10 September 2014 10:00 EDT / 15:00 BST / 16:00 CEST 

 Americas: Wednesday, 10 September 2014 15:00 EDT / 20:00 BST / 21:00 CEST

 Japan – Japanese: Friday, 12 September 2014 10:00 HKT / 11:00 JST / 12:00 AEST

 APAC – Putonghua: Wednesday, 17 September 2014 14:30 HKT / 15:30 JST / 16:30 AEST

 A complete list of Moody’s methodologies may be found here.

Moody’s Australian High-Yield Sector – Are we at a turning point? Tuesday, 12 August 2014 11:30am IST


Discussion Items

  • How has the operating environment impacted credit quality?
  • What are the key risk factors for lowly-rated high-yield mining and related companies?
  • How do we view the liquidity and credit profile of the portfolio?
  • What are the drivers behind the growth in the high-yield portfolio?
  • How has the Australian High Yield portfolio evolved over recent years?

Speakers

Terry Fanous, Associate Managing Director, Corporate and Infrastructure Finance

Matthew Moore, Vice President – Senior Analyst, Corporate Finance

Saranga Ranasinghe, Analyst, Corporate Finance

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.

Replay information will be provided after the teleconference.

Related Research and Methodologies

Save-the-Date Invitation: Moody’s & ICRA Teleconference: India Budget 2015, 15 July 2014

Moody’s & ICRA Teleconference

India Budget 2015

 

Tuesday, 15 July 2014

14:00 India / 16:30 Hong Kong / 17:30 Tokyo

To register, please click here.

Program details and final invitation will follow closer to the events.

 

Analysts from Moody’s and ICRA’s Banking, Corporate and Infrastructure Finance Group will be available for Q&A.

Moody’s Webinar : Private Firm C&I Credit Risk Solutions & Best Practices, 12th June, 830pm IST

Private Firm C&I Credit Risk Solutions & Best Practices

Date: Thursday, June 12, 2014
Time: 8:00 AM PDT / 11:00 AM EDT

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How do you measure the credit risk of private firms? Do you have an internal rating system? How do you benchmark to ensure consistency of credit evaluation in your global operations?

Private firm risk measurement is essential in assessing the risk of direct exposures as well as counterparty risk associated with business transactions. Many risk practitioners face the challenge of building, validating, and integrating credit analytics into their internal models and stress-testing platforms. Streamlining the flow allows firms to focus less on process and more on risk analysis.

Join Moody’s Analytics for a complimentary webinar with private firm C&I credit risk experts, Christian Henkel, Director, Risk Consulting and Mehna Raissi, Director, Product Management to discuss the following topics:

  • Overview of C&I credit risk management challenges
  • Data management and credit risks solutions  that address the needs of risk managers
  • Private firm stress testing model & approach