COVID-19 and Credit Risk - Implications for Banks, Energy


Title: COVID-19 and Credit Risk - Implications for Banks, Energy

Duration: 1 hours

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A decade ago, banks were significantly impacted by a recession and widespread loan defaults. Today, they face the threat of a pandemic-driven global recession combined with the ramifications of a severe oil price shock and supply-demand challenges in the energy industry. Join us on May 7, 2020 as we dive into:

  • S&P Global Ratings view: the impact of COVID-19 on global and regional banking systems
  • S&P Global Ratings energy sector outlook; including considerations for banks with energy exposures
  • How to access relevant S&P Global Ratings research and stay on top of recent developments
  • Digging deeper into historical ratings trends and the drivers of financial institution and sovereign resilience
  • A market-based view of the risk of unrated firms with a focus on the energy sector

Jim Elder
Director, Risk Services
S&P Global Market Intelligence
Alexandre Birry
Sr. Director of Ratings
S&P Global Ratings
Thomas Watters
Managing Director
S&P Global Ratings
Michelle Cheong
S&P Global Market Intelligence
Neeraj Kumar
Product Manager
S&P Global Market Intelligence
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