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  • 25 Sep 2015
    • Rise in small US college closures will have little impact on higher ed industry
      Enrollment declines and lost market share for smaller US colleges continue to spur closures and mergers, as students increasingly opt for larger colleges with greater academic resources. However, while the closure rate among small colleges will likely triple by 2017 and the merger rate will more than double, the number of schools affected by both measures will remain below 1% of the 2,300 four-year not-for-profit private and public colleges…Press Release l Full Report
    • US NFP hospitals entry into insurance business comes with added credit risk
      Large US not-for-profit hospitals will continue to enter the commercial health insurance business in the next few years as a means to improve care management and gain market share. The healthcare plan strategy consists of either starting from scratch or acquiring a business. Significant credit risks arise as new skill sets are required to compete with large established insurers and absorb start-up costs... Press Release l Full Report
    • EPA consent decree a credit positive for beleaguered Puerto Rican water and sewer utility
      The Puerto Rico Aqueduct and Sewer Authority (PRASA, Caa3 negative) reached a consent decree earlier this month with the US Environmental Protection Agency and the US Department of Justice allowing the utility to defer less-urgent wastewater and drinking water treatment projects, a credit positive. The added flexibility slightly alleviates PRASA’s schedule of mandated capital improvements and limited ability to access funding...Full Report
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