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Curated research, analysis, and perspectives on restructuring for business and government
This series is curated by our Deloitte Southeast Asia Restructuring Partners to provide you with data driven insights on the latest market trends and developments. You can subscribe to our RS Broadcast by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
COVID-19 has exacerbated a downshift in global demand that will likely lead to increased M&A activity as distressed opportunities emerge. This overview shows how the Deloitte Restructuring Services practice can support you with downturn and contingency planning, supply chain risk mitigation, debt advisory and financial restructuring, etc. and what questions leaders should ask themselves.
Critical Moves – COVID-19 (2020)
COVID-19 took the world by surprise in the new year and as the virus spreads it is impacting businesses and markets globally. Businesses need to respond, refresh and accelerate contingency planning to ensure they survive the downturn and position for growth when the recovery comes. In this special report we look at the impacted markets, sectors and regions and the critical moves that management teams should be making to respond to the financial impact of COVID-19.
In this Special Report we examine the working capital performance of over 2,000 public companies around Southeast Asia; giving you an opportunity to benchmark your business (or portfolio company). We also identify the practical levers to optimise working capital and unlock cash which can be used for growth, deleveraging and dividends.
Deleveraging Asia (2019)
Following the global financial crisis, non-performing loan (NPL) portfolio sales have been largely focused on the European markets. But investors are now looking to global markets, where the US$640bn NPL stock held by Asian banks – up 23% from the $520bn reported last year – presents a sizable opportunity. In this report, we examine the region’s macroeconomic and banking landscapes with a focus on the market opportunities in China, India, South East Asia, and Australasia.
Bonds have become an increasingly popular financing instrument in Southeast Asia as borrowers seek additional or replacement capital and investors seek out higher returns. With recent news media coverage in Singapore indicating a deterioration in bond quality and a potentially imminent wave of defaults; we take a closer look at the data. This Report analyses trends in the Southeast Asia Bond Market examining issuances, upcoming maturities, credit quality and historical default trends.