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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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  • 16 Feb 2015
    • China debt update suggests rise in regional and local government (RLG) leverage
      Hainan Province says its debt has risen 21.8% to RMB171.9 billion or 49.1% of its GDP. It is the first Chinese province to publish debt statistics since a nationwide audit in June 2013. It also says the data could change, pending a Ministry of Finance review. This situation points to the continued shortage of transparent information on RLG leverage and also suggests a rise in overall RLG debt… Full Report
  • 13 Feb 2015
    • Untapped fiscal flexibility is credit positive for Italian RLGs
      The announcement by Italy's Parliamentary Budget Office in January that Italian regional and local governments (RLGs) retain some budgetary leeway thanks to unused taxes is credit positive, and will help Italian RLGs absorb a reduction in central government funding in 2015. Most RLGs have not imposed in full permitted surtaxes on personal income, real estate, and businesses… Full Report
  • 5 Feb 2015
    • Proposed new regulatory framework for English Housing Associations is positive for the sector
      The Homes and Communities Agency’s proposed changes to its Regulatory Framework will enable English Housing Associations to be more resilient against emerging risks, as they take account of the increasing complexity of funding structures and ensure that social housing assets are not put at undue risk. The proposed changes put added emphasis on risk management, cash adequacy and stress testing…Full Report
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