October 18th 2019 (7.54 mins)
Research Writer from the banking team, Carolyn Henson, speaks to Alessandro Roccati and Donald Robertson who cover global investment banks and global market infrastructure, about the risks of cyberattacks and their credit implications.
October 2, 2019 (4.35mins)
Andrea Usai and Rita Sahu of the North American Banks team discuss how efficiency gains, loan growth and non-interest income will help US banks maintain profitability despite the recent adverse turn in the interest rate environment.
September 17th 2019 (6.02mins)
Michael Taylor, Lillian Li and Nicholas Zhu of the Financial Institutions team discuss recent actions from Chinese authorities to restructure several regional banks, and what that means for China’s systemic risk and our assumptions on government support for Chinese banks.
August 1st 2019 (7.25mins)
In this podcast, Vice President – Senior Credit Officer Alka Anbarasu and Managing Director Graeme Knowd, both based in Singapore, discuss factors behind a stable outlook for India’s banking system.
July 12th 2019 (6.43mins)
In this episode of Moody's Talks, Carolyn Henson and Akin Majekodumi discuss mergers and acquisitions across the banking system in sub-Saharan Africa and how it is affecting stability.
July 1st 2019 (8.19 mins)
In this podcast, Financial Institutions Group research writer Myles Neligan speaks with European insurance sector analyst Brandan Holmes and Spanish banking sector analyst Alberto Postigo. They discuss how the credit strength of insurers and banks across the globe can be affected by environmental, social and governance risks.
July 1st 2019 (5.59mins)
In this episode of Moody’s Talks, Associate Managing Director Andrea Usai and Senior Credit Officer Rita Sahu discuss the results of the Federal Reserve’s annual stress test of large US bank holding companies. They explain that the overall results show that the banks have good risk management, stress testing frameworks and capitalization. But they also note that the elimination of the “qualitative objection” for most participants reduces public transparency around banks’ internal capital and risk management processes and may reduce managements’ incentive to maintain and improve these processes
June 10th 2019 (6.15mins)
In this podcast, Managing Director Graeme Knowd, Assistant Vice President – Analyst Tomoya Suzuki, and Vice President – Senior Analyst Soichiro Makimoto discuss challenges Japanese banks and insurers are facing as the country’s population declines and ages, and what the demographic changes mean for them.