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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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  • 25 Aug 2016
    • Key Factors Shaping China’s Regional and Local Governments Standalone Credit Strength
      Three considerations that are important in determining the Baseline Credit Assessment (BCA) in a regional or local government in China are its economic fundamentals, debt levels and overall financial position, and the size of its SOE liabilities. We estimate that the BCAs for RLGs in provinces and centrally planned cities would range between a high baa and a low ba... Full Report
  • 27 Jul 2016
    • Improving creditworthiness more difficult for Housing Associations
      While the creditworthiness of Family Mosaic and Devon & Cornwall Housing was previously improving, both English Housing Associations (HAs) now face greater challenges in building up their credit strength as a result of adverse policy changes in 2015, and economic uncertainy after the Brexit vote... Full Report
  • 29 Jun 2016
    • UK Public Sector: Public Sector Issuers Face Negative Impact from UK Vote for EU Exit
      We have downgraded the ratings of various UK sub-sovereign entities financially reliant on the UK central government in the wake of the UK’s vote to leave the European union. ... Full Report
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