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Alastair Wilson
Global Managing Director

Thorsten Nestmann
Group Credit Officer

Asia-Pacific and Middle East

Atsi Sheth
Associate Managing Director

Anne Van Praagh
Managing Director


Yves Lemay
Managing Director

Dietmar Hornung
Associate Managing Director

Latin America

Mauro Leos
Vice President – Senior Credit Officer

Anne Van Praagh
Managing Director


Matt Robinson
Vice President – Senior Credit Officer

Yves Lemay
Managing Director

Supranational Entities/Multilateral Development Banks

Steven Hess
Senior Vice President

Anne Van Praagh
Managing Director

Sovereign & Supranational

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Research on sovereign nations, sovereign-related agencies, and supranational institutions.


  • 21 Jul 2016
    • Rising EM debt increases external vulnerability
      Emerging market economies are increasingly vulnerable to external shocks after a decade-long build-up of debt. Total emerging and frontier market external debt has almost tripled from $3.0 trillion in 2005 to $8.2 trillion at the end of 2015 and debt levels are growing faster than both GDP and foreign exchange reserves for many countries... Full Report
  • 11 Jul 2016
    • Brexit to have limited direct credit impact on Asia Pacific sovereigns
      We expect Brexit to have a modest impact on growth via trade in Asia Pacific. However, a shift in portfolio and/or banking flows that resulted in tighter financing conditions in some countries could stoke balance of payment pressures and hurt economic expansion, especially where fiscal and monetary policy space is constrained…Full Report
  • 8 Jul 2016
    • Political contagion across European Union is greatest Brexit risk
      The British vote to leave the European Union will likely result in a shock to confidence that will curb UK economic growth. However, the greatest risk to global growth comes from the inherent rise in uncertainty over the future existence of the EU. The EU is systemically important to the world economy, with the GDP of the EU representing roughly a quarter of global GDP…Full Report
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