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The North American water sector is ready for a financing shakeup, writes S&P’s Trevor D’Olier-Lees for Water Canada

Financing improvements to North America’s water network is a gargantuan task—one that has ascended the public sector’s ability to handle alone. While the recent public health crisis in Flint, Michigan, cast a spotlight on water quality issues in the region, financing the upgrading and maintenance of aging systems remains a burden. Writing for Water Canada, S&P …

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In a feature for P3 Bulletin, S&P Global Ratings’ Trevor D’Olier-Lees observes bundling’s rise to prominence in infrastructure finance

In light of stalling transaction flows in infrastructure financing, S&P Global Ratings believes the use of “bundling” (the aggregation of multiple projects into a single portfolio for sale to investors) in public-private partnerships is attracting considerable interest. In a feature for P3 Bulletin, S&P Global Ratings’ senior director, global infrastructure ratings, Trevor D’Olier-Lees, analyses why …

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