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Min Ye
Managing Director - Regional Head Asia Pacific

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Senior Vice President - Sovereign Risk Group

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Vice President, Senior Credit Officer - Sub Sovereign

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  • 11 Mar 2015
    • Asian corporate high-yield default rate to stay low in 2015 at 2.9%
      The forecast reflects our central macroeconomic scenario that global growth - except for the US and UK - will not rebound significantly. In addition, while China's economic growth will slow, it should achieve a GDP growth rate of just below 7% in 2015. We also believe the liquidity levels of Asian high-yield corporates will remain sufficient, given signs of monetary easing by the Chinese, Japanese and European governments... Press Release l Full Report
  • 4 Dec 2014
    • Rated Tokyo-area banks benefit from rare growth in housing loans
      The higher-than-average growth reflects a shift in market share to commercial banks from the public sector, as well as a shift to Tokyo and metropolitan areas, reflecting demographic trends. In addition, housing loans exhibit lower credit risk than most other loan types, while several features of Japan's housing-loan market further limit the credit risk for the rated banks … Press Release l Full Report
  • 19 Nov 2014
    • Stable outlook for Chinese non-financial corporates
      Our stable outlook reflects our expectation that China's domestic economic growth will continue to decline gradually, to just below 7.0% in 2015 from 7.3% in 2014. This level of economic growth should still support steady revenue growth for most rated Chinese corporates… Presentation l Full Report
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