01Business Contacts

Vincent Milton
BRM Regional APAC
Managing Director
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02Fitch in Thailand

Fitch Ratings (Thailand) Limited commenced operations in Bangkok in February 2001. The founding shareholders included Fitch Ratings Limited (UK), The World Bank's International Finance Corporation and Thailand's Government Pension Fund, as well as Thai asset managers and insurers. Fitch Ratings Limited currently holds 49.9% ownership, while Thai institutional investors hold 50.1%. No shareholder other than Fitch Ratings Limited is involved in the day-to-day operations of the Thai office. Fitch Ratings Thailand was established to help in the continuing development of Thailand's debt capital markets.

Thailand Highlights

Fitch's Thailand Highlights newsletter summarizes key research and commentary, covering a broad range of sectors and topics coming out of the Thai market.





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China’s Recovery Reduces Risks to APAC Sector Mid-Year Outlooks

China’s Recovery Reduces Risks to APAC Sector Mid-Year Outlooks

Economic Backdrop Remains Supportive for APAC Banks

APAC Banks Resilient to Risks Highlighted by US Bank Failures

China’s Reopening Lifts Tourism Recovery Prospects in APAC Economies

ASEAN Bank Asset Quality Risks Mitigated by Economic Growth

Credit Outlook 2023 - Prices to Aid APAC Oil & Gas’s Stable Credit Metrics; Downstream Recovery

Credit Outlook 2023 - Deteriorating Outlooks on Half of APAC Corporate Sectors Amid Weaker Macro Backdrop

Credit Outlook 2023 - APAC Transportation Infrastructure Remains Resilient Despite Rising Risks

Credit Outlook 2023 - APAC Tech Deteriorating Amidst Global Economy Risks in 2023

Credit Outlook 2023 - Resilient Demand Balancing Macro Risk for Global Transports in 2023

Credit Outlook 2023 - Asia-Pacific Power Demand Growth to Stabilise, Energy Transition to Continue

Credit Outlook 2023 - APAC Sovereigns to Face Risks from Slowing Global Growth in 2023

Credit Outlook 2023 - APAC Banks Broadly Steady Despite Economic Headwinds in 2023

Credit Outlook 2023 - APAC Telcos’ 2023 Leverage to Remain Stable, Despite High 5G Capex

Credit Outlook 2023 - Growth and Funding Costs Weigh on 2023 Sovereign Outlook

EMs Closer than DMs to Restoring Pre-Pandemic Fiscal Positions

APAC Sovereigns Face External Headwinds

APAC Bank Regulators Lean Towards Conservative Crypto Approaches

Sustained Fall in APAC Sovereign Reserves Could Erode External Buffers for Some

Impact of Rising Interest Rates on APAC Banks

Global Food Price Inflation Likely to Fall Sharply in 2023

EM Banks’ Profitability Mitigates Economic Slowdown Risks

APAC Sovereigns Vulnerable if China Sees Further Covid-19 Outbreaks

APAC ‘BBB-’ and ‘BBB’ Corporates: Stagflation Downgrade Risk

APAC Banks’ Deeper Stablecoin Engagement Carries Risks

Decentralised Finance May Divide into Regulated and Unregulated

Growing Crypto Engagement Carries Risks for SE Asian Banks

2022 Credit Outlook - APAC Corps Neutral Outlook Overall, China Property Worsening

2022 Credit Outlook - Asia-Pacific Sovereigns - Gradual Turn to Policy Normalisation

2022 Credit Outlook - APAC Banks' Earnings Improvements Continue at a Varying Pace

2022 Credit Outlook - Asia-Pacific Transportation Infrastructure

2022 Credit Outlook - Low Headroom for APAC Telco’s Ratings, Improvements Modest

South-East Asia Fintechs’ Path to Profitability Key as Adoption Gains Pace

Spectrum Outcomes to Shape 5G Priorities, Credit Trends

ESG Impact on Strategy, Financing, Policies Will Grow in 2021

Fitch Ratings 2021 Outlook - APAC Sovereigns

Fitch Ratings 2021 Outlook - APAC Banks

APAC Corps to Recover in 2021, but Cash Flow Weaker than 2019

Fitch Ratings Introduces Peer Group of 50 Asian High-Yield Corporates

Telcos Worldwide to Ramp Up 5G Capex, Raising Pressure on Credit Profiles

08Sector Analysts

Lertchai Kochareonrattanakul
Corporate Ratings - APAC
Senior Director
+66 2108 0158 |

Parson Singha
Banks - APAC
Senior Director
+66 2 108 0151 |