On Monday, 25 July 2016, Moody's Investors Service held a teleconference to discuss the credit implications as a result of recent developments in Turkey. This discussion was led by: » Colin Ellis, Managing Director, Chief Credit Officer, Credit Strategy (moderator) » Alpona Banerji, Vice President - Senior Credit Officer, Sovereign Risk Group » Gjorgii Josifov, Assistant Vice President - Analyst, Sub Sovereign Group » Irakli Pipia, Vice President - Senior Credit Officer, EMEA Banking » Julien Haddad, Analysts, Corporate Finance Group » Mehdi Ababou, Vice President - Senior Credit Officer, Structured Finance Group » Julie Ng, Assistant Vice President - Analyst, Structured Finance Group The following topics were discussed: » Structured Finance: Turkish Diversified Payment Rights transactions » Covered Bonds: Implications of Sovereign and Bank Rating Actions on Turkish Covered Bonds » Banking: Turkish banks on review for downgrade » Corporate: Overview of Corporate Finance Rating actions » Sub-sovereign: Finances exposed to heightened systemic risk » Sovereign: Cross-Sector Rating Implications of Turkey’s Failed Coup Attempt To receive the replay information, please register by following this link. All media enquiries, please follow this link.
Monday, July 25, 2016 - Tuesday, July 25, 2017 3:00 PM - 4:00 PMGreenwich Time
Christopher De Ridder