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Mark Gray

Managing Director - US/Americas Corporate Finance

US and Americas

Tom Marshella
Managing Director - US/Americas Corporate Finance

Paloma San Valentin
Managing Director - US/Americas Corporate Finance


Myriam Durand
Managing Director- EMEA Corporate Finance

Philipp Lotter
Managing Director- EMEA Corporate Finance

Asia Pacific

Brian Cahill
Managing Director - Asia Pacific Corporates/Financial Institutions​​​​


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Research and analysis on public companies and their debt instruments.



  • 23 May 2016
    • Second-lien debt issuance slows, reflecting investors’ jitters ; recoveries, already low, could get worse as credit cycle turns
      Recoveries for second-lien facilities – previously a popular debt instrument among US investors – could worsen as the credit cycle descends from its recent peak. Moody’s loss given default (LGD) assessments reflect an average expected recovery rate of just 21%, in the event of a default. This average is much weaker than the already low – when compared to first-lien recoveries – historical average second-lien recovery of 51%… Press Release l Full Report
  • 20 May 2016
    • US cash pile grows by 1.8% to $1.68 trillion, led by tech
      At the end of 2015, US non-financial companies that we rate held $1.68 trillion of cash, a 1.8% rise from a year earlier. Technology companies led by industry for the first time since our annual study of cash holdings began, with $777 billion, nearly half of total US corporate cash holdings. Technology, healthcare/pharmaceuticals, consumer products, and energy are the most cash-flush industries, with $1.3 trillion, or 71%, of the corporate cash total. Apple accounted for $216 billion, or 12.8% of total corporate cash in 2015… Press Release l Full Report
  • 18 May 2016
    • Moody’s Liquidity-Stress Index eases in May, but risks still simmering
      The Liquidity Stress Index for US speculative-grade companies dipped to 9.3% in mid-May from 10.2% in April. The credit markets are coming back to life, though the overall picture continues to suggest that liquidity conditions for spec-grade issuers have yet to turn the corner, with energy companies still experiencing cash and earnings fallout from lower fuel prices ... Press Release l Full Report
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