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TEXT-Fitch hosts 2013 european credit outlook events
(The following statement was released by the rating agency)
Jan 02 - Fitch's annual series of European credit outlook events returns in January, with a combination of presentations and panel discussion from our Sovereign, Bank, Covered Bonds, Structured Finance and Corporate groups on what they expect to be the key credit trends in 2013.
The series begins in London on Tuesday 15 January and key topics will include:
Eurozone Sovereigns - Austerity: over the worst? Debt sustainability in a low growth future; Core and Periphery - closing the gap.
European Banks - Ring-fencing, recovery and resolution; Swimming in liquidity or drowning in debt; Banking Union: a solution or a threat? Deleveraging effects.
European High Yield - When banks deleverage: HY bond boom vs loan market funding cliff; Competing for capital; Fundamental credit trends; Institutional and regulatory constraints; National biases; New CLOs?
Links to event and online registration details follow below.
Members of the press are also welcome to attend, but should contact their nearest local Fitch corporate communications contact listed at the end of this press release.
London: Tuesday 15 January - here
Amsterdam: Tuesday 22 January - here
Paris: Wednesday 23 January - here
Frankfurt: Thursday 24 January - here
Stockholm: Tuesday 5 February - here
Oslo: Wednesday 6 February - here
Copenhagen: Thursday 7 February - here
Helsinki: Friday 8 February - here
Details of further Credit Outlook events happening in Geneva, Madrid, Munich, Zurich and Vienna from mid-February through to late March will follow later this month.
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