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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

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Vice President, Senior Credit Officer - Sub Sovereign

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Associate Managing Director - Head of Asia Pacific Relationship Management

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  • 28 Jul 2016
    • Most South/SE Asian rated high-yield corporates show mitigants against USD debt exposures
      A total 33 of our 37 rated non-financial, high-yield companies with USD debt have protections against a significant rise in leverage or contraction in EBITDA, should their local currencies depreciate up to 20% against the USD. Although the local currencies, which consist primarily of the Indonesian rupiah and the Indian rupee, have shown relative stability in 2016, we continue to monitor the risk of profitability declining, or debt levels and borrowing costs rising, if they weaken against the dollar... Press Release l Full Report
  • 1 Apr 2016
    • Indonesian banks' loan restructuring points to weaker asset quality, but buffers remain strong
      The banks will maintain their rapid pace of loan restructuring in 2016 as they deal with rising and spreading delinquencies, against the backdrop of a slowing domestic economy. While their rising restructured loans present a growing downside risk to the banks’ credit profiles, the impact of such loans is limited by the system's strong core profitability... Press Release l Full Report
  • 27 Mar 2016
    • Vietnam banks improve transparency, but capital pressure on the rise
      The banks' full-year 2015 results testify to an ongoing process of recognizing and cleaning up problem assets, a credit positive. But the corresponding increase in loan-loss provisions is also raising credit costs, thereby pressuring profitability. Capital buffers will likely weaken further in 2016, as credit growth and provisioning expenses outpace the capacity for internal capital generation... Press Release l Full Report​​
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