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Moody’s Talks – Focus on Finance Podcast

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NOVEMBER 2020
November 18th 2020 (19.22 mins)
Edoardo Calandro, David Fanger and Daniel Yu of the Banking team zero in on the COVID-19 pandemic’s effects on bank loans in the UK, US and Australia. Plus, Shachar Gonen of the Insurance team and Keith Banhazl of the Structured Finance team look at how much the slowdown in commercial real estate will weaken US life insurers’ CMBS holdings.​​
NOVEMBER 2020
November 4th 2020(19.31mins)
Banks will benefit from an increased customer base as accelerated digitalization makes financial services available to unbanked populations in emerging markets. But traditional banks face competition as big tech firms impinge on payment services and central banks explore creating their own digital currencies as a defensive move. ​​​​​​​
OCTOBER 2020
October 21st 2020 (18.27 mins)
​​Stefan Kahandaliyanage of the Insurance team lays out the risks US health insurers face from a policy drive toward a public insurance option. Plus, Simon Ainsworth and James Eck of the Insurance team discuss the latest developments in global insurers’ efforts to assess and manage climate risk. ​​​​​​
OCTOBER 2020
October 7th 2020 (17.52 mins)
As policy rates continue to decline globally, Banking team member Laurie Mayers examines the effect on UK banks, while Shunsaku Sato does so for Japanese banks and Farooq Khan for Brazilian banks. Plus, Olivier Panis of the Banking team and Stefan Kahandaliyanage of the Asset Management team update financial institutions’ readiness for the transition away from Libor in 2021.​​​
SEPTEMBER 2020
September 23rd 2020 (19.41 mins)
Peter Nerby and Michael Rohr of the Banking team discuss how global systemically important banks entered the coronavirus crisis with healthier balance sheets, capital and liquidity than before the last global downturn (begins at 8:14). 

Plus, Ceres Lisboa explains how Latin American banks risk a sharp deterioration in asset quality as payment deferrals and government aid lapse (begins at 2:05).​
SEPTEMBER 2020
September 9 2020 (15.58 mins)
From our Insurance team, James Eck explains why threats to profitability turned the outlook on global reinsurers negative (begins at 1:20), and Laura Bazer tells us how the coronavirus shock jolted global life insurers into a new, more digital future (begins at 7:04).​​​​​​
AUGUST 2020
August 26th 2020 (16.47 mins)
Antonello Aquino from the Insurance team explains why European insurers are giving back premiums now and might have to cover more claims later because of the pandemic (begins at 1:59).

Plus, Banking team analyst Alka Anbarasu details the government support India’s public-sector banks will need to maintain capital strength as credit costs rise in COVID-19’s wake (begins at 9:09).​​​​​​​​​
AUGUST 2020
August 12th 2020 (16.35 mins)
Alessandro Roccati from the banking team explains how coronavirus-driven demand for contactless digital financial services, along with remote work, are raising the cyber threat to banks (begins at 8:21).

Plus, Steve Tu of the asset management team looks at how the latest US government intervention in money markets could signal an eventual phaseout of institutional prime funds (begins at 1:45).​​
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