Now the Ball is in the Hands of the Credit Rating Agencies

The capital increase and the purchase of the shares by the Federal Government of the Federal Republic of Germany stabilize the company and make it appear less likely that it will run into difficulties. The credit rating agencies must therefore check whether the outlook must remain negative or whether it can even be turned positive. The company’s crisis was caused by political decisions – and can also be averted by political decisions.

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One response to “Now the Ball is in the Hands of the Credit Rating Agencies”

  1. Dr. Oliver Everling Avatar

    On September 27, 2022, Scope affirms Uniper’s BBB- issuer rating and revises the Outlook to Stable: “The rating action reflects the expected majority ownership in Uniper by the German government following the amendment of the stabilisation package.”

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