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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.


  • 24 May 2018
    • UK water companies exposed to earnings clawback under new regulatory proposals
      Facing increasing public and political scrutiny, Ofwat's latest PR19 proposal aims to restore financial flexibity in the sector, but will penalise highly indebted water providers, cutting returns and increasing cash flow volatility. The proposal marks a shift for Ofwat and a modest deterioration in the stability and predictability of the regulatory framework.  Full Report
  • 15 May 2018
    • For US public power utilities, self-regulation is key to managing carbon transition
      Public power utilities have the ability to set their own rates as needed to maintain debt-service coverage, so the credit impact of the shift to a low-carbon grid will depend largely on management's willingness to raise rates in a timely way.  Full Report
  • 2 May 2018
    • Infrastructure in Emerging Markets: Focus on Argentina
      Argentina is planning $150 billion of much-needed investments in areas such as transportation, water and sanitation, and the power sector. Improved sovereign credit quality and economic recovery will aid project delivery, while a new public-private partnership law will attract investment from abroad.  Full Report​​
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