International credit rating institution Moody's will hold a teleconference regarding Turkish economy on January 28.
Moody's stated on Tuesday that "Shifting closer to an investment grade sovereign rating", "Can Turkey achieve sustainable growth and manage its external vulnerabilities?", "How Turkey's previous crisis contributed to banks being more strongly positioned for weathering the recent global financial crises", and "How the corporate sector and its access to international capital is being impacted by Turkey's strengthening profile" would be discussed in the teleconference.
The event will last approximately 30 minutes.
David Staples, Managing Director of Corporate Finance Group, Carola Schuler, Managing Director in Banking, Financial Institutions Group, Sarah Carlson, Senior Credit Officer, and Burak Cerrahoglu, Assistant Vice President in Moody's Investors Service, will speak at the conference.