How will China's evolving policy agenda affect the financial sector?

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2022年4月22日星期五 | 14:00 北京 | 香港时间
| Beijing | Hong Kong Time

中文 English

In May, Moody’s revised downward its 2022 GDP forecast for China to 4.5% from 5.2%. How will slowing growth, the property sector downturn and the government’s call to support the corporate sector affect China’s financial institutions and structured finance sector?

● What is Moody’s current growth outlook for China’s economy
● Will capital outflows persist and what issuers are at risk
● What role does the financial sector play in navigating growth
● What are the implications for credit asset securitization

* In English with Mandarin simultaneous interpretation available 


Lina Choi

Senior Vice President, Corporate Finance Group

Moody' s Investors Service

Martin Petch

Vice President - Senior Credit Officer, Sovereign Risk Group

Moody' s Investors Service

Nicholas Zhu

Vice President-Senior Credit Officer, Financial Institutions Group

Moody' s Investors Service

Yulia Wan

Vice President - Senior Analyst, Financial Institutions Group

Moody' s Investors Service

Gracie Zhou

Vice President - Senior Analyst, Structured Finance Group

Moody' s Investors Service


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