New Drivers of Change In Credit Markets – 2016 Series of Q&A’s Hosted by Professor Ed Altman
November 30, 2016 // New York
On Wednesday, November 30th, we were joined in New York by over 140 distinguished professionals from leading Commercial and Investment Banks, Asset Management and Insurance Firms for the fourth and final event in our global series of Q&A’s with Professor Edward Altman, ‘New Drivers of Change in Credit Markets‘.
During this seminar, speakers from NYU Stern School of Business, DCI, The Hartford, Oliver Wyman, S&P Global, and S&P Global Market Intelligence discussed the similarities between credit markets in 2007 and the current situation, plus new drivers of change in credit markets including:
- Central Banks’ monetary policies and the impact of low/negative interest rates
- Macroeconomic events, including slow and declining economic growth
- Regulation and the impact on financial markets
- Accounting standards on Expected Credit Losses (CECL)
- Recent political events in the US and Europe
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