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Yves Lemay
Managing Director  
Dietmar Hornung
Associate Managing Director  
Sarah Carlson
Vice President – Senior Credit Officer  
Elena Duggar
Group Credit Officer  
Alastair Wilson 
MD - Chief Credit Officer EMEA   
Lucio Vinhas de Souza
Managing Director 
Sovereign Chief Economist

Bart Oosterveld
Managing Director - Sovereign  
Financial Institutions
Gregory Bauer
MD-Global Banking

Johannes Wassenberg

Carola Schuler
Myriam Durand
MD - EMEA Corporate Finance  
Jean-Michel Carayon
Senior VP - Credit Policy

Monica Merli
MD-Infrastructure Finance  
Andrew Blease
Senior VP  
William Coley
Senior VP - Credit Policy
David Rubinoff 
MD - Sub-Sovereigns  
Mauro Crisafulli
Associate MD - Sub-Sovereigns  
Structured Finance 
Katherine Frey 
MD - EMEA Structured Finance  

Annick Poulain
MD-Structured Finance

US Public Finance

Timothy Blake
MD-Public Finance
Thomas Jacobs
VP-Sr Credit Officer/Manager


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Euro Area Sovereign Crisis & Affected Credits

Euro area sovereigns continue to be subject to significant market pressure and face economic and policy challenges affecting their credit. Sovereign credit problems affect other issuers in the region. This page provides a centralized source for Moody’s rating actions and research related to sovereigns and other credits affected by the crisis.


  • 3 Mar 2014
    • European banks' balance-sheet adjustments undermine confidence in EU stress test
      The European Central Bank's recent snapshot of January data regarding banks' balance sheets shows that Spanish and Italian banks have reversed some of the reductions made in the run up to the snapshot. This reversal is credit negative because it illustrates how banks massaged their balance sheets, which could undermine investor confidence in the reliability of the EU stress tests... Full Report
  • 6 Feb 2014
    • European Banking Authority stress test details are credit positive for banks
      The stress test is part of a broader comprehensive assessment of banks' balance sheets that the European Central Bank will conduct and includes an asset quality review, a supervisory review and a liquidity review. This is credit positive for bondholders of the majority of European banks, but credit negative for any subordinated bondholder bailed in to recapitalize a weak bank… Full Report
  • 13 Jan 2014
    • Greek banks' funding pressures ease with declining central bank funding and higher deposits
      The Bank of Greece announced that in November the banking system’s funding through the European Central Bank and Emergency Liquidity Assistance declined to €70.1 billion, a 46% year-on-year decrease, and domestic private-sector deposits increased to €161 billion, a year-on-year increase of 3.3%. The declining ECB funding and higher private-sector deposits ease Greek banks’ funding and liquidity pressures and are credit positive… Full Report

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