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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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  • 10 Feb 2016
    • Duke Energy mulling sale of international business segment
      Duke Energy Corporation (Baa1 negative) said that it is considering a sale of most of its international energy business segment. Such a sale would be credit positive because it would reduce the most volatile and highest risk portion of its operations and increase the proportion of cash flow coming from its more stable US regulated utilities. Additionally, a sale would provide Duke with an additional source of funding to finance its pending acquisition of Piedmont Natural Gas Company (A2 stable)... Full Report
  • 2 Feb 2016
    • Global Infrastructure Focus, January 2016
      In this month’s feature story, we examine how the UK phase-out of the retail prices index in favor of the consumer prices index will affect regulated sectors that earn a “real return.” Also inside, you will find one-page excerpts of reports we have published globally over the past month …Full Report
  • 21 Jan 2016
    • For Icelandic utilities, prospects improve
      In the next 12-18 months, revenue growth for Icelandic utilities will be driven by increasing domestic demand and higher inflation-linked regulated tariffs as the inflation rate edges up. We expect OR, Iceland's largest multi-utility, to benefit the most as demand for electricity and hot water rises ... Full Report
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