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Tom Byrne
Senior Vice President - Head of Asia Pacific Sovereign Risk

Christine Kuo
Senior Vice President, Financial Institutions

Philipp Lotter
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Jerome Chi Kit Cheng
Vice President - Senior Credit Officer, Structured Finance

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  • 23 Jun 2015
    • Outlook for Indonesia's banking system remains stable because of strong profitability and capital buffers
      Non-performing loans will likely rise, given Indonesia's slowing economic growth. Nonetheless, the country's banks are well-positioned to withstand any deterioration in asset quality, and corporate and household balance sheets remain healthy. In addition, the banks' liquidity profiles should remain stable over the next 12-18 months, given that loan growth will slow…Press Release l Full Report
  • 14 Oct 2014
    • Indonesian issuers: Stable outlook despite challenging external backdrop
      Generally healthy credit fundamentals, gradual macroeconomic rebalancing and reduced political uncertainty will bolster the stable outlook for Indonesia's sovereign, corporates, and financial institutions during the early part of the new government's tenure, despite the difficult external environment. However, moderate external deficits and commodity-reliant exports remain key risks, given the likelihood of US monetary policy normalization and China’s economic weakness. Press Release l Full Report
  • 28 Aug 2014
    • High-yield bonds: Indonesian property developers provide strong covenant packages
      The covenant quality score of 1.83 for bonds issued by Moody's-rated high-yield Indonesian property developers between January 2011 and July 2014 is stronger than the 2.47 average for Asian high-yield companies and the 3.34 global average. In Moody's five-point scale a score of 1.0 denotes the strongest level of investor protections and 5.0 the weakest. Press Release l Full Report
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