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Second Moody’s Investors Service Credit Outlook Summit

Tuesday, February 26 | 5:30 – 8:30 PM

Second Moody’s Investors Service Credit Outlook Summit

Hosted in partnership with CFA Society New York

Moody’s Investors Service | 7 World Trade Center

Free to Attend, Available Exclusively to Members

Invitation-Only Event
Registration capacity is limited to 100

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5:30 PM | Attendee Registration


6:00 PM | Welcoming Remarks

TBA


6:05 PM | Opening Keynote Speaker

Bjorn Forfang, CFA, Deputy Chief Executive Officer, CFA Institute


6:20 PM |  Panel

MACROECONOMIC THEMES THAT WILL SHAPE GLOBAL CREDIT MARKETS IN 2019 & BEYOND

Moderator
Mike Rowan, CFA, Global Head of Public, Project and Infrastructure Finance, Moody’s Investors Service

Panelist
Doug Peebles, Chief Investment Officer, AB Fixed Income
Bob Michele, CFA, Chief Investment Officer, Head of the Global Fixed Income, Currency & Commodities (GFICC) group, JP Morgan Asset Management
Ashish Shah, Co-Chief Investment Officer of Fixed Income, Goldman Sachs Asset Management


7:10 PM | PANEL

DEFAULTS, CREDIT SPREADS & SECTOR UNDERPERFORMANCE/OVERPERFORMANCE OUTLOOK

Moderator
Marc R. Pinto, CFA, Head of Americas Insurance and Global Managed Investments, Moody’s Investors Service

Panelist
Doug Peebles, Chief Investment Officer, AB Fixed Income
Bob Michele, CFA, Chief Investment Officer, Head of the Global Fixed Income, Currency & Commodities (GFICC) group, JP Morgan Asset Management
Ashish Shah, Co-Chief Investment Officer of Fixed Income, Goldman Sachs Asset Management


8:00 PM | Closing Keynote

Daniel Dagen, CFA, Chief Executive Officer, CFA Society New York


8:10 PM | Closing Remarks

TBA


Refreshments & Networking

Description

Moody’s Investors Service Chief Investment Officer Credit Outlook Summit, hosted in partnership with CFA Society New York, features four Chief Investment officer panelists from leading asset management and insurance companies across two panels. The first panel is moderated by Mike Rowan, CFA (Global Head of Public, Project and Infrastructure Finance, Moody’s Investors Service), and focuses on “Big Picture” themes that will shape global credit markets in 2019 and beyond. The second panel is moderated by Marc R. Pinto, CFA (Head of Americas Insurance and Global Managed Investments, Moody’s Investors Service), and focuses on the panelists’ outlook for defaults, credit spreads, and sector underperformance / overperformance. Please review the 2018 agenda for this event here.

Time & Date
Tuesday, February 26 | 
5:30 – 8:30 PM

Location
Moody’s Investors Service | 
7 World Trade Center

 

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