Asia Summit 2016
Credit Market Outlook
Thursday, September 15, 2016 / 2:15 pm - 3:15 pm
The world's central banks have been a major boon to investors as they've pumped unprecedented amounts of liquidity into the global financial system since the 2008 crash. This has allowed many companies to push out maturities and save on interest expenses. On the flip-side, investors have been pushed into riskier assets and as new, but sometimes less experienced competitors, such as corporations backed by large balance sheets, have entered the market. As we look across the spectrum of credit, where are the investment opportunities? How has increased banking regulation benefited the rise of fund strategies focused on private debt and structured credit? Members of our panel will share their perspective on the evolving global credit landscape to identify pockets of opportunity across the broad spectrum of credit.