Thursday 08, May 2008 by

Refunding risk in extraordinary times

A series of studies in 2008 have shown that US speculative-grade companies are increasingly exhibiting signs of strain as pressure builds on low-rated issuers on multiple fronts. Coupled with Moody’s ongoing monitoring efforts, these recent credit-risk examinations also reveal warning signs of a sharp increase in defaults among vulnerable issuers.

Features & Analyses

Commercial Banking Banking—creatively disrupted

Sanjeev Kumar, Group CEO, M Holdings Limited, discusses how Bank M became a top bank in Tanzania and why it is now taking its offering… read more