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SOVEREIGN SESSION - Poland's Credit Profile Less Vulnerable to Coronavirus Shock than CEE Peers

What will be discussed:

  • Whereas the coronavirus pandemic represents a significance shock to CEE sovereign' growth and fiscal metrics, its rating implications are limited due to fiscal buffers and supportive underlying credit trends.
  • Any major recovery in CEE will depend on the resumption of international trade and resolution of supply chain blockages.
  • Poland is - compared to CEE peers - less exposed to the coronavirus challenge thanks to its sizeable fiscal response and its more resilient economy in light of a relatively low dependence on exports and tourism.

Speakers:

  • Piotr Janczak, Country Manager for Poland and Head of Relationship Management for CEE (Opening remarks)
  • Dietmar Hornung, Associate Managing Director, Sovereign Risk Group (Moderator)
  • Heiko Peters, Assistant Vice President - Analyst, Sovereign Risk Group (Presenter)

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The following sessions are also available for registration:

Wednesday, 9 September, 2020
09:00 BST | 10:00 CEST
Banking Session:
Navigating through the Crisis: Polish Banks and CEE Peers
<<Register Here>>

Wednesday, 16 September, 2020
09:00 BST | 10:00 CEST
Corporates Session: Corporates Ratings amidst Coronavirus Pandemics: CEE vs. EMEA

<<Register Here>>

Wednesday, 23 September, 2020
 09:00 BST | 10:00 CEST
Utilities Session: Development of Renewables in Central & Eastern Europe

<<Register Here>>


Wednesday, 30 September, 2020
09:00 BST | 10:00 CEST

ESG Session: Inevitable Rise of ESG: Opportunities and challenges in Central and Eastern Europe
<<Register Here>>

Following the commencement of TRIM in 2016, there are has been a multi phased approach to the ECB’s TRIM exercise. As we are gearing up for a year of further TRIM exercises and transitioning to review of wholesale and low default portfolios, Moody’s would like to host this webinar to provide:

  1. Further insight to the challenges in the market thus far
  2. The common themes across Europe
  3. Remediation and best practice approaches

Following the commencement of TRIM in 2016, there are has been a multi phased approach to the ECB’s TRIM exercise. As we are gearing up for a year of further TRIM exercises and transitioning to review of wholesale and low default portfolios, Moody’s would like to host this webinar to provide:

  1. Further insight to the challenges in the market thus far
  2. The common themes across Europe
  3. Remediation and best practice approaches