What matters for infrastructure investors in 2019? With nationalist and populist movements rising, investors are navigating an environment of increased political risk. This may have repercussions for regulatory stability – and, ultimately, for country risk or sovereign credit quality.
At the same time, we see that environmental, social, and governance (ESG) matters are climbing the business agenda: investors’ mandates for companies seen to be acting sustainably are increasing.
Against this backdrop, S&P Global Ratings’ Global Infrastructure Finance Outlook keeps readers abreast of the credit rating agency’s most-read research from the past quarter – offering insights into how the Infrastructure segment is changing and, importantly, how it may yet evolve.
IPFA members can download a PDF of the report below.