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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

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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.


  • 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
  • 7 Sep 2016
    • Next President's fiscal policies will drive US's credit profile
      The outcome of the upcoming US Presidential election will not affect the United States' Aaa stable credit rating. But the next administration's fiscal policies will shape the US’s credit profile more than has been the case for recent administrations. A key challenge will be to tackle the rising cost of entitlement programs comprising Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid. Neither candidate has provided details on this, although their proposals continue to take shape. Without countermeasures, these costs will weaken the US’s credit profile over the coming years... Full Report
  • 2 Sep 2016
    • Ruling on Apple’s taxes could threaten Ireland’s attractiveness to large multinationals
      The European Commission’s ruling that Ireland (A3 positive) should recover €13 billion in unpaid taxes from Apple Inc (Aa1 stable) would be positive for the country’s public finances. However, the ruling has the potential to reduce foreign direct investment into Ireland from multinational corporations, which amounted to 496% of the country’s GDP in 2015, 37% of which came from US companies. The ruling has no immediate credit impact on Apple, but is negative for smaller US tech companies with large overseas exposures and liquidity positions… Full report on Ireland l Full report on US Tech Companies
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