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Infrastructure & Project Finance - Asia Pacific

Moody's Global Infrastructure Finance Group combines the expertise of a global team of analysts with extensive backgrounds in Public Finance, Corporate Finance, and Structured Finance to rate debt issued by both public and private infrastructure and project finance issuers and electric, gas and water utilities. This includes project finance entities that are limited to a special purpose by law, regulation, or contracts; infrastructure projects and enterprises financed in the U.S. tax-exempt market; and all corporate infrastructure and utility companies. Our approach allows market participants to benefit from a globally consistent and transparent methodological approach to assessing credit risk across the entire asset class.


  • 26 Feb 2013
    • Stable outlook for Australian infrastructure sector in 2013
      Steady macro-economic conditions will underpin stable business conditions for most infrastructure sectors within Australia. Accordingly, stable outlooks will dominate the infrastructure sector over the next twelve months. But the regulated utilities sector has a negative outlook, reflecting regulatory challenges... Press Release l Full Report​​
  • 1 Aug 2012
    • Outlook on Australian airports remains stable

      Revenue for the sector will continue to grow -- in percentage terms -- in the mid-to-high single digits, mainly driven by increased aeronautical revenue from the passenger charges levied on airlines. This projection on revenue is based on the expectation that passenger volumes are likely to grow at rates broadly in line with trend growth of 3% to 5% per annum... Full Report | Press Release 

  • 1 Mar 2012
    • Decline in traffic increases downside risk for some Australian airports
      The passenger base of Adelaide (Baa2 stable) airport is most affected by this trend, followed by Melbourne (A3 stable) and Sydney (Baa2 stable). The general softening in domestic travel is due to decreased consumer confidence, the effects of natural disasters, and a reduction in domestic low-cost capacity following the suspension of Tiger Airways Australia's operations in July 2011... Press Release l Full Report
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