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Moody's Investors Service

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

Tom Byrne
Senior Vice President - Sovereign Risk Group

Debra Roane
Vice President, Senior Credit Officer - Sub Sovereign

Natalie Wells
Associate Managing Director - Head of Asia Pacific Relationship Management

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Noah Berliner
Director - Sales Manager

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  • 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
  • 6 Sep 2016
    • Moody's launches quarterly update on China's securitization market
      This new newsletter will each quarter look at the market overall, updating trends for each asset class, the most recent rating actions, and the latest regulatory developments. The inaugural issue looks at issuance volumes for collateral loan obligations (CLOs), auto loan asset-backed securities (ABS), and residential mortgage-backed securities (RMBS). It also examines measures implemented to simplify the investment process for investors; expand the scope of qualified investors; and promote a consistent disclosure standard among transactions.Press Release l Full Report
    • Chinese auto ABS delinquencies will rise moderately on economic slowdown
      Delinquency rates declined in Q2 2016, but will increase moderately through 2016 as China's economy continues to slow. The Q2 fall reflected the overall good performance of new transactions issued over the quarter. Meanwhile, the average cumulative default rate of 2016 vintage transactions in Q2 2016 was higher than that of the 2014 and 2015 vintages at the same stage of seasoning, reflecting the underperformance of one particular transaction.Press Release l Full Report
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