One key factor influencing the bond market is credit risk – whether you will get paid in full and on time. When issuers default, investors can suffer significant losses. This webinar will describe how to model the likelihood of an issuers defaulting or not, using empirical analysis from Moody's.
The session will be led by Colin Ellis, Chief Credit Officer for EMEA and the Head of UK for Moody's, and will focus on the performance of banks after the onset of the Financial Crisis in 2007.
Colin will showcase how to establish which data matters for predicting defaults – and importantly how to interpret the results from these models. This analysis directly influenced how Moody's redesigned its methodology for rating banks after 2009, and can be applied to a range of other financial issues.
The webinar will allow time for more general queries about credit analysis, ratings or global trends.