Webinar: Credit view of China’s new normal

Upcoming webinar will examine how China's economic slowdown will affect the corporate, financial, property and debt segments.

An upcoming live audio webinar co-hosted by Standard & Poor’s and FinanceAsia contributing editor Rupert Walker, will feature discussions on the theme “China Credit: Assessing China’s New Normal”.

The free event will take place at 10:30a.m. on Thursday, May 14 (HK/SG time).

Speakers from Standard & Poor’s include Christopher Lee, managing director, corporate ratings and Qiang Liao, senior director, financial institutions ratings. Lee and Liao will be joined by Angus Hui, a Schroders’ fund manager, Asian fixed income.

The webinar will feature real-time polling of the audience and a Q&A session with the experts.

China credit will form the basis of the discussion, with the following questions catalysing a closer examination of related issues;
- How will China's economic slowdown affect companies and banks?
- Is China heading for more defaults?
- Is the worst over for the property sector?
- What will happen to local government debt vehicle (LGFV) loans?
- What is the impact of China's interest rate liberalization on the banking sector

To listen in and join the debate, please register here.

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