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Mark Gray

Managing Director - US/Americas Corporate Finance
Mark.Gray@moodys.com

US and Americas

Tom Marshella
Managing Director - US/Americas Corporate Finance
Tom.Marshella@moodys.com

Paloma San Valentin
Managing Director - US/Americas Corporate Finance
Paloma.SanValentin@moodys.com

EMEA

Myriam Durand
Managing Director- EMEA Corporate Finance
Myriam.Durand@moodys.com

Philipp Lotter
Managing Director- EMEA Corporate Finance
Philipp.Lotter@moodys.com

Asia Pacific

Brian Cahill
Managing Director - Asia Pacific Corporates/Financial Institutions
Brian.Cahill@moodys.com​​​​

Corporates

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Research and analysis on public companies and their debt instruments.

 

Highlights

  • 25 May 2016
    • US wireless carriers face $55 billion funding need for installment plan loans
      The biggest US wireless carriers are increasingly using so-called equipment installment plans, or EIPs, to drive sales of mobile phones. The plans, which are taking over from the traditional model of subsidizing handsets, offer interest-free financing for phone purchases. While they are popular with customers, they come with some important caveats for the carriers… Press Release l Full Report
  • 24 May 2016
    • Bombardier and Embraer Loosen Boeing and Airbus’s Longtime Dominance of Commercial Aircraft Market
      We expect that Boeing and Airbus in coming years will keep the lion's share of the market for large commercial airplanes that they have long dominated, but they’re not alone anymore, with Bombardier and Embraer increasingly fighting for bigger pieces of the lucrative, high-volume narrowbody market... Full Report l Press Release
  • 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
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