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Moody's Investors Service

Min Ye
Managing Director - Regional Head Asia Pacific

Brian Cahill
Managing Director - Asia Pacific Corporates/Financial Institutions

Stephen Long
Managing Director - Asia Pacific Financial Institutions

Kei Kitayama
Managing Director - Structured Finance

Tom Byrne
Senior Vice President - Sovereign Risk Group

Debra Roane
Vice President, Senior Credit Officer - Sub Sovereign

Natalie Wells
Associate Managing Director - Head of Asia Pacific Relationship Management

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  • 2 Feb 2016
    • Australian banks' credit costs to rise moderately
      The unwinding of the global commodities cycle is heightening the macroeconomic risks faced by the banks, as the regions and sectors most exposed to mining are starting to see some signs of stress.

      At the same time, these risks are somewhat mitigated by low interest rates and the relatively healthy state of Australian corporate balance sheets and, on balance, the banks' credit costs are likely to increase only moderately from current low levels.... Full Report l Press Release
  • 27 Jan 2016
    • Developers' financial discipline a key rating consideration as China property sales growth slows
      Nationwide property sales growth will slow to 0%-5% in 2016 from 16.6% in 2015, as the effect of government policies to support the market was mostly reflected in the strong sales recorded in 2015. Moreover, financial discipline will be a key consideration in assessing rated developers as operating conditions become more challenging and because of their still high debt leverage, margin pressures and high inventory levels in low-tier cities…Press Release l Full Report
  • 18 Jan 2016
    • Asian high-yield bond covenants weaken in Q4 2015
      Asian covenant quality weakened in Q4 2015 as the average covenant quality score for Asian high-yield bonds measured 2.90, the weakest since scoring began in 2011. Scores weakened in three of the six key risk areas, these being restricted payments, leverage and liens subordination; and while the 2.90 indicates that investor protection weakened, this score for Q4 is nevertheless in the moderate investor-protection category... Full Report l Press Release
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