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4/14/22 NEC Webinar: ‘Corporate Credit Risk Emerging From The Pandemic’ with Michael Ryan, S&P Global Market Intelligence
April 14, 2022 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
April 14 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
‘Corporate Credit Risk Emerging From The Pandemic’ with Michael Ryan, S&P Global Market Intelligence
Date: Thursday, April 14
Time: 12pm to 1pm EST
Stunned by a rapid series of complex unfolding events and market volatility, investors are fretting about the creditworthiness of corporate borrowers following a COVID-19-era debt binge. The war in Ukraine has sparked a bonfire of geopolitical and economic tension. Major central banks are set to embark on a monetary tightening cycle to arrest surging inflation but are conflicted by fundamental supply-side constraints in commodity and labor markets where their control is more limited. Michael Ryan, Economics Director at S&P Global Market Intelligence, will provide his thoughts on corporate credit risk coming out of the pandemic and the implications for the broader economy.
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About our speaker:
Mr. Ryan partners with a wide range of leaders in business, finance and government to strategically analyze industry investment opportunities and assess competitive positioning to make smarter capital allocation decisions. He manages the company’s Sector Risk module, used by financial clients to monitor and mitigate credit risk exposure. Prior to joining S&P through a merger with IHS Markit, he started his career with PricewaterhouseCoopers Advisory, supporting Federal stabilization programs at the onset of the 2008 financial crisis. Mr. Ryan holds a BBA in Finance from James Madison University, United States, and he received his Master of Science with Distinction in banking and international finance from the University of London’s Bayes Business School, United Kingdom. He is a Japanese Kakehashi scholar and served as the 2018 president of the National Economists Club (NEC), representing over 500 leading professionals in the Washington, D.C. metro area.