What is next for Asian credit

14 October

What is next for Asian credit


Most Asian economies have begun the journey towards recovery, albeit at a different pace, thanks to slowing infection rates and the roll out of mass vaccination programmes. Fiscal and monetary policies remain accommodative, as governments continue to ensure sufficient support for the economy. However, a gradual withdrawal of relief measures may be on the horizon, which could lead to asset deterioration in certain sectors and a rise in defaults. Our panellists look ahead and discuss what to expect for Asian credit.

  • What are the key macroeconomic factors affecting the outlook for Asian credit?
  • What makes Asian credit stand out, and how does it compare with U.S. and European markets?
  • To what extent has risk appetite increased from investors?
  • How will recovery play out in various markets across Asia, and what are the opportunities and challenges ahead for credit investors?
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