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Mark Gray

Managing Director - US/Americas Corporate Finance

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Managing Director - US/Americas Corporate Finance

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Susan Knapp
Managing Director - Regional Head Americas


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Research and analysis on public companies and their debt instruments.



  • 9 Feb 2016
    • North American covenant quality protection strengthens in January
      Moody’s Covenant Quality Index (CQI) strengthened slightly to 4.30 in January, from 4.32 in December, levels that continue to reflect weakest-level covenant protections. However, single-month covenant quality improved dramatically in January from December owing to tepid issuance and the absence of any high-yield lite transactions in the market... Full Report l Press Release
  • 4 Feb 2016
    • Pricing pressure to nibble at UK packaged food suppliers' profits and margins in 2016
      Continued pricing pressure as a result of the ongoing price war between food retailers could start biting on food suppliers' profits and margins in 2016, as we do not anticipate commodity prices will provide the same windfall as last year. However, this pressure is unlikely to have material rating implications for the suppliers that we rate, as they have leading market positions and are able to tolerate some deterioration in their credit metrics before negative rating pressure materializes…Full Report
  • 2 Feb 2016
    • ABI-SABMiller merger unlikely to cause hangover for European competitors
      The combined entity is unlikely to alter the competitive landscape of the European beer market or have a significant credit impact on competitors such as Carlsberg and Heineken in the next 12-24 months, given the time it will take for ABI and SABMiller to fully integrate. Longer term, while the larger combined ABI-SAB entity will probably grow more rapidly than its peers, this growth will mainly be outside Europe. The combined entity will generate only 9% of its total EBITDA in Europe as it plans to sell off some of SABMiller’s assets in the UK, the Netherlands, Italy and Russia to satisfy antitrust requirements…Full Report
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