Political and regulatory risks are rising in many parts of the world: tariff disputes, Brexit-related incertitude and presidential elections in Latin America, to name just a few. This means heightening uncertainty for infrastructure investors.
Amid this sea of industry change, S&P Global Ratings analysts highlight the sector’s most pressing credit developments in the latest Infrastructure Finance Outlook. Among the topics highlighted are: the growing risks facing UK airports in the run up to Brexit; how multilateral institutions are increasingly engaging with the private sector; and the inner workings of S&P Global Ratings’ proposed ESG Evaluation tool.
IPFA members can download a PDF of the report below.