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S&P Global Ratings’ promising outlook for the utilities and telecommunications sectors is covered by specialist press

In two recently-published reports, S&P Global Ratings has deemed the outlook for borrowers in both the utilities and telecommunications sectors to be largely stable. The report, “Industry Top Trends 2017: Utilities”, identifies the unsettled state of the world economy, political instability and uncertain capital flows as emerging industry concerns, but S&P believes that the sector …

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Energy markets in the spotlight: S&P Global Ratings releases the latest edition of IFR Outlook

The latest edition of IFR Outlook – S&P’s monthly newsletter summarising key infrastructure and project finance-related research and rating news – suggests energy markets around the world are under tough scrutiny. In the front page feature, Pierre Georges, director of EMEA utilities, explains that in an environment of weak power prices, Europe’s nuclear fleets face …

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S&P tells Property Week green property financing is forecast to grow

In an interview with Property Week, S&P Global Ratings’ Eric Tanguy predicts that green financing, through the use of green bonds, is expected to play a larger role in the real estate market in the years to come. He predicts this will be driven by two factors. “Firstly, green bonds promote the efforts of property …

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Infrastructure experts come together to discuss the lay of the land following Brexit in S&P Global’s latest edition of Outlook

As the UK takes stock of its recent decision to leave the EU, Michael Wilkins, Managing Director of Infrastructure Finance Ratings at S&P Global Ratings (S&P), joined the panel debate at a recent International Project Finance Association (IPFA) event to discuss the implications of Brexit on the UK’s infrastructure sector. The key takeaways, which included …

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S&P’s June edition of Infrastructure Outlook considers the impact of Brexit on U.K. infrastructure

With a Brexit now confirmed, Michael Wilkins, Managing Director of Infrastructure Finance Ratings, S&P Global Ratings (S&P), explores the impact on U.K. infrastructure investment in the most recent issue of Infrastructure Outlook – S&P’s monthly newsletter summarising key infrastructure and project finance-related research and rating update news. In this special edition – published in line with …

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S&P’s December edition of Infrastructure Outlook looks to Paris for a future energy framework

As the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP21) draws to a close in Paris this week, Michael Wilkins, Managing Director of Infrastructure Finance and Head of Environmental Research at Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services (S&P), explores the likely outcomes in this month’s Infrastructure Outlook. Wilkins suggests that COP21 success would be the realisation …

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