Graham Taylor is a senior analyst in Moody’s EMEA Infrastructure Finance team, based in London. He is responsible for a portfolio of regulated and unregulated utilities in the United Kingdom. As a senior member of the analytical team, Graham has contributed to and/or coordinated a number of publications, in particular on energy market issues, and is a frequent speaker at investor events.
Prior to joining Moody’s in 2015, Graham was City Advisor to Ofwat, the English and Welsh water regulator, through the 2014 Price Review. He was previously an equity portfolio manager at Legal & General, where he managed long-only and long/short funds and was responsible for coverage of UK utilities, transport and leisure, and health care.
Graham started his career in the investment banking division of Credit Suisse in New York. He is a graduate of Queen’s University, Canada, and is a CFA charterholder.
Moody’s has a leading global Infrastructure Finance franchise, rating some US$2.6 trillion of corporate and project finance securities, representing more than 90% of all public bonds issued globally in the sector. 130 analytical sector staff cover more than 1,000 infrastructure issuers globally. Moody’s EMEA team of 50 specialists is responsible for rating around 370 issuers. The rating agency covers more than 11,000 corporate issuers and 118 sovereign nations, accounting for 98% of world GDP.
Graham will be speaking on Financing the Transition to a Low-carbon Energy System, on Day 2 of the GPEX Conference.
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