S&P increases Southeast Asia corporate coverage

Standard & Poor''s has added analysts to its Singapore office due to expected further growth in Asia''s capital markets.

International rating agency Standard Poor's has announced it has expanded its team of analysts in its Singapore office to cover industrial corporations, infrastructure finance and government-linked companies in Singapore and Southeast Asia. SP says the move was driven by its expectation of further growth in the region's capital markets.

Thomas Doud, previously an infrastructure finance analyst at SP in Hong Kong, moves to Singapore to take the position of director and team leader for the new group.

We believe that as the credit culture develops further in Singapore and in the surrounding region, prospects for bond and bank loan ratings, and the need for the wide range of credit services that Standard...

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