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Alastair Wilson
Global Managing Director

Thorsten Nestmann
Group Credit Officer

Asia-Pacific and Middle East

Atsi Sheth
Associate Managing Director

Anne Van Praagh
Managing Director


Yves Lemay
Managing Director

Dietmar Hornung
Associate Managing Director

Latin America

Mauro Leos
Vice President – Senior Credit Officer

Anne Van Praagh
Managing Director


Matt Robinson
Vice President – Senior Credit Officer

Yves Lemay
Managing Director

Supranational Entities/Multilateral Development Banks

Steven Hess
Senior Vice President

Anne Van Praagh
Managing Director

Sovereign & Supranational

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Research on sovereign nations, sovereign-related agencies, and supranational institutions.


  • 20 Oct 2016
    • China indicates credit-positive willingness to address risks of high corporate debt
      On 10 October 2016, China's State Council published two guidelines encouraging a series of measures to address high leverage in the corporate sector. The recognition of leverage as a potential source of risk, together with the willingness to consider a range of tools, is credit positive... Full Report
  • 12 Oct 2016
    • Australia: Comparison with commodity-exporting Aaa peers reveals economic resilience and external financing risks
      For commodity-exporting sovereigns, the credit impact of lower commodity prices depends on the availability of buffers to absorb the terms of trade shock. Higher-rated sovereigns generally have a range of robust shock absorbers, which limits the sovereign credit impact of price fluctuations. Our new report compares credit trends in Australia with those of three other Aaa stable-rated commodity-exporting economies: Canada, New Zealand and Norway.Full Report
  • 10 Oct 2016

    • Mexico: Budget's economic and fiscal targets in line with our forecasts, but implementation risks remain
      Mexico's 2017 draft budget targets a non-financial public sector primary budget surplus of 0.4% of GDP for 2017, the first surplus since 2008. While the budget reflects the authorities' commitment to additional fiscal consolidation, there are still fiscal risks in the form of potentially lower-than-anticipated revenue buoyancy and the challenges of implementing spending restraint amid slower growth.Full Report
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