The rating agency Fitch has assigned innogy SE a strong investment grade rating of BBB+ with a stable outlook, a senior unsecured rating of A- and a short-term rating of F2.
innogy, Germany´s largest utility by market capitalisation was listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange earlier this month. According to Fitch the assigned ratings reflect innogy’s strong business profile with the majority of earnings from regulated networks as well as a large proportion of quasi regulated earnings from renewables generation.
Bernhard Günther, Chief Financial Officer of innogy SE: “Just a few weeks after the successful IPO, I am pleased about innogy’s first stand-alone credit rating. This strong investment grade rating will foster the establishment of innogy as an important issuer in the Debt Capital Market.”
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