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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.

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  • 26 Jun 2018
    • Carbon transition brings risks and opportunities for global unregulated utilities
      The unregulated utilities and power sector is one of the most exposed to the challenges presented by the shift to a low-carbon grid, though broader deployment of renewables and the emergence of disruptive technologies such as battery storage will also bring opportunities for the industry.   Full Report​​​​​​​​ ​
  • 25 Jun 2018
    • Chinese investment benefits Latin American borrowers but heightens certain credit risks
      Over the last decade Chinese investment in Latin America has particularly benefited countries, banks, utilities and companies with limited access to funding. However, higher debt burdens, and weaker trade balances are potential risks for any borrowers dependent on highly discretionary lending.   Full Report
  • 18 Jun 2018
    • Outlook for US regulated utilities shifts to negative amid weaker cash flows, continued high leverage
      Lower cash flow as a result of tax reform as well as high holding company debt levels will increase the financial risks faced by the sector over the next 12-18 months.   Full Report
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