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A new survey for Water UK shows a dramatic rise in the risk perception of regulated water utilities since 2009. It could mean companies are required to pay more to access wholesale funding in future.
David Lloyd Owen - Blue Flag Blues; why bathing water doom and gloom is good for you Vol 14, Issue 6 (June 2013)
As expected, 2012 was officially a drab year when it came to bathing water quality as torrents of rainwater flushed out everything Britain had to offer onto its beaches.
High inflation failed to stop profits being squeezed during the last year. Bad weather and bad debt played a part.
Global Water Intelligence is taking a 25% stake in Amane Advisors as part of a new consulting partnership.
The company’s refusal to discuss the latest LongRiver takeover bid has been criticised by hedge-fund shareholders.
Pennon’s problematic waste-management division may be limiting its options, despite renewed takeover rumours.
The sale of 30% of Kelda’s equity will represent the largest deal in the UK water sector since 2011. Who will buy?
An opportunistic swoop on South Staffordshire will round out the private equity firm’s global water portfolio. How will it manage its newest asset?
The ownership model for UK regulated water companies has found new ways to evolve since the leveraged buyouts of the pre-financial crisis era. What are the trends?
Brazilian concessionaire Sabesp is reeling from the decision by São Paulo regulator ARSESP to award it a razor-thin 2.35% tariff rise, whilst demanding that the company cut BRL600 million ($300 million) from its annual opex bill. Despite the fact that the company has appealed against the decision, investors have been leaving the stock in droves.