S&P Global Ratings publishes its latest edition of Global Infrastructure Finance Outlook

What key trends do infrastructure investors face in 2019? For one, nationalist and populist movements are on the rise – creating an environment of heightened political risk, which investors may find hard to navigate. The result could weigh heavily on regulatory stability, as well as country risk or sovereign credit quality.

In tandem, environmental, social, and governance (ESG) matters are beginning to rise in prominence. Increasingly, investors are stepping up their focus in their investment mandates on companies that are seen as acting more sustainably.

Against this backdrop, the latest edition of Outlook keeps investors abreast of the most-read research from the past quarter – offering insights into how the Infrastructure segment is changing and, importantly, how it may yet evolve.

Outlook is available in PDF here

Moorgate compiles, edits and designs Infrastructure Finance Outlook.

S&P Global Ratings explores rising political and regulatory risk in its latest edition of Infrastructure Finance Outlook magazine

S&P Global Ratings has published its latest edition of Infrastructure Finance Outlook – the quarterly newsletter reviewing the global infrastructure sectors’ key new stories.

Focusing on the rise of political and regulatory risk across the world, this quarter’s Infrastructure Finance Outlook provides global insights from S&P Global analysts on topics including: Brexit’s role in shaping the future of air travel between the U.K. and E.U; whether India can close its infrastructure gap; the path for multilateral lenders looking to increase their engagement with the private sector; as well as the growing importance of ESG factors for infrastructure investment.

Read the latest edition here

Moorgate compiles, edits and designs Infrastructure Finance Outlook.

S&P Global Ratings publishes Infrastructure Finance Outlook, its latest quarterly newsletter


S&P Global Ratings has published its latest edition of Infrastructure Finance Outlook – the quarterly newsletter reviewing the global infrastructure sectors’ key new stories.

Changes in regulations and advances in technology have plunged the infrastructure sector into a period of disruption. In this edition, S&P Global Ratings discuss the credit risks and opportunities that the rise of autonomous vehicles and smart cities present to investors and issuers – as well as how political and regulatory risk and sustainable finance initiatives are evolving.

Moorgate compiles, designs and edits Infrastructure Finance Outlook.

Read it here.

 

S&P Global Ratings publishes its latest Infrastructure Finance Outlook magazine

S&P Global Ratings has published its latest edition of Infrastructure Finance Outlook – reviewing the most pressing developments from the global infrastructure sectors in the third quarter.

Infrastructure Finance Outlook provides global insights from S&P Global analysts on topics including: reviving North America’s water network; capital rules for EU infrastructure investments; the impact of Hurricane Harvey on the oil and gas sectors; airport redevelopment across Latin America; and renewables in India.

For ratings news and updates (and much more), read the latest edition here: http://bit.ly/IFR2017Q3

Moorgate compiles and edits Infrastructure Finance Outlook.

S&P Global Ratings releases 2017’s first quarterly Infrastructure Finance Outlook newsletter

The new edition of IFR Outlook brings together the major commentaries, ratings updates and news in the global infrastructure sector over the first three months of 2017.

Making the front page is an in-depth feature on the credit implications of “bundling” of project finance assets. Senior director Trevor D’Olier-Lees argues that aggregating assets can “unlock potential” in industries across the infrastructure spectrum.

Next up on the agenda is the impact of Basel III regulation, as managing director Michael Wilkins explains that while bank lending may struggle to adjust to the changing regulatory environment, more innovative financing in the capital markets might find space to grow – with the Middle East’s Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) already leading the way.

S&P’s analysts also explore the latest trends in the infrastructure world. They call out the challenges facing telecommunications companies, outline the current credit outlooks in the global utilities sector, and map out a likely route taken by toll-road operators. Director Michael Ferguson, meanwhile, takes a dive into the US hydropower sector, asking how generators might keep their heads above water in Trump’s energy market.

For all the ratings news and updates making the headlines and more, read the edition online in ebook or pdf format.

 

Moorgate compiles and edits IFR Outlook.