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Credit ratings, research and analysis on regional and local governments as well as on a wide array of public-sector entities with specialized mandates in both the developed and emerging markets, including mass transportation, health care, water systems, social housing, higher education, and charity trusts.

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  • 17 Apr 2014
    • English higher education reform is credit positive, but will lead to growing credit variation
      The UK government’s removal of existing caps on undergraduate numbers will allow universities to grow enrolment and revenues, but will also increase competition in the domestic market. Overall, the ultimate credit impact of the reform on particular institutions will depend on current market position and the strategies adopted in response to the reform... Full Report
  • 10 Apr 2014
    • Divergent Pension Risks: US Corporates Will Remain in Far Better Position than State and Local Governments
      US corporates will remain far better positioned to handle their pension risks than US states and local governments. Not only have corporates moved from high-risk defined benefit plans to defined contribution plans, they have also reduced underfunding in response accounting and regulatory changes. On the municipal side, strengthening funding has had fewer incentives and reform has faced more political and legal obstacles... Full Report l Pensions and Healthcare - Credit Challenges in an Aging World
  • 30 Mar 2014
    • 2014 FIFA World Cup to provide only a temporary boost for Brazil
      The 2014 FIFA World Cup will have only fleeting effects on Brazil’s economy, since the associated economic activity pales before the country’s huge GDP, its usual levels of investment spending, and the annual revenues of the companies that will cater to football fans. Nonetheless, the sporting event offers sponsors an unusually good opportunity for global media exposure... Full Report
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