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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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  • 13 Mar 2017
    • Capital outflows pose challenges for China's macro economy and policy effectiveness
      The likely persistence of capital outflows from China over the rest of 2017 could constrain monetary policy and may lead to a more activist fiscal policy, if the government's growth target is to be achieved. Moreover, if capital outflows persist, domestic liquidity conditions are likely to tighten further, with small- and mid-sized banks – the most reliant on wholesale funding -- feeling the greatest impact. However, most rated banks and non-financial companies will remain resilient... Full Report l Press Release
  • 12 Oct 2016
    • Australia's economy displays resilience to commodity price declines, but external financing risks linger
      Of the four Aaa-rated commodity exporting economies, Australia will be the fastest growing in 2016, illustrating its greater resilience to negative shocks than peers. Its fiscal metrics are weaker than New Zealand’s and Norway’s but better than Canada’s and some other Aaa rated sovereigns, while robust institutions mitigate risks from high household debt and external financing. Press Release l Full Report
  • 22 Sep 2016
    • Shift in US policies post elections could hit Asia's high value manufacturing
      The credit implications for Asia Pacific sovereigns of a potential shift in US policies after the election would materialize through changes in trade and investment, if the next administration adopts less proactive foreign engagement over time. US policies under the next administration could range from a continuation of the status quo to a gradual retrenchment from trade and investment ties and curbs on immigration.... Press Release l Full Report​​​
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