Thursday 30th March at Brown’s Hotel Mayfair, London
Join CreditSights’ Senior Analysts, Jim Williamson and Ash Nadershahi, as they host the Autos Roadshow.
3:30pm BST – Registration opens
4:00pm BST – Presentation and Q&A
5:15pm BST – Networking Drinks and Canapes
Senior Autos & Industrials Analyst, Jim Williamson, and Senior Manufacturing Analyst, Ash Nadershahi, will be analysing:
The key themes investors are facing in the Euro auto sector in 2023 in a credit committee style presentation.
How to connect the dots between these themes and sector fundamentals and valuations, including picks and pans, across both IG and HY.
The outlook for production, pricing power, inflationary pressures and consumer demand.
There will also be the opportunity for Q&A.
The presentation will be followed by networking drinks and the opportunity to connect with our analysts and others within the industry.
If you have any questions, reach out to the events team at firstname.lastname@example.org
Senior Autos & Industrials Analyst
Jim joined CreditSights in 2019, working on the European Autos and Industrials sectors, with a focus on OEMs and suppliers across both investment grade and high yield. Jim studied a business management degree at Waikato University in New Zealand, graduating with a major in finance in 2016.
Senior Manufacturing Analyst
Ash joined CreditSights in 2022 and is primarily responsible for covering the European high yield manufacturing sector. Prior to joining CreditSights, Ash worked as a credit analyst/Portfolio Manager for Three Bridge Capital focusing on European event driven credit. Previously, Ash had been a credit analyst/Portfolio Manager for DMBL responsible for running a long/short European high yield strategy after successful periods on the sell-side with Credit Agricole CIB and BNP Paribas. Ash also completed internships at Deutsche Bank and Credit Suisse before joining BNP Paribas on the graduate programme. Ash received his Bachelor degree in Public Policy, Management and Government from University of Birmingham in 2008.