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  • 23 Sep 2015
    • APAC (ex China) non-financial corporates can withstand China GDP slowdown
      Most rated corporates can derive revenue support from their businesses outside of China and their existing financial cushions, but also show differing levels of exposure to the Chinese economy. The most exposed include those in metals and mining, coal, oil & gas, steel, chemical, auto, technology and agriculture. Meanwhile, those with modest exposure are in business and consumer services, gaming, manufacturing, ports, real estate, retail, shipping and trading… Press Release l Full Report​​​
  • 21 Sep 2015
    • Increasing competition will extend consolidation of Australian mutuals
      Slowing economic growth and increasing competition will pressure the growth and profitability of Australia's mutual financial institutions over the next 12-18 months, and will continue to drive industry consolidation. Nevertheless, the stable outlook on the sector reflects that the consideration that the mutuals' unique model provides them with the flexibility to forego growth to conserve capital when operating conditions are volatile, and support their healthy balance sheets...Press Release l Full Report
    • China's life insurers' outlook stable despite stock market volatility
      China's life insurance sector faces a deteriorating investment environment in the coming 12-18 months, mitigated by improving underwriting profitability and multiple regulatory safeguards. The sector’s stable outlook also takes into account the likelihood that the equity market will remain highly volatile for a significant part of this period, on the back of lingering economic uncertainty, low liquidity and reduced margin financing activity... Press Release l Full Report
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