Rating agency Standard & Poor’s has today upgraded KommuneKredit’s long-term credit rating to AAA (outlook stable). Standard & Poor’s has maintained the short-term credit rating at the highest level, A-1+.
Standard & Poor’s cites a stronger capitalization and an improved liquidity position as the cause of the upgrade. The upgrade comes after Standard & Poor’s downgrade of KommuneKredit’s long-term credit rating, from AAA to AA+, in the summer of 2018.
KommuneKredit’s CEO, Jens Lundager, states:
"I am very pleased that KommuneKredit is once again a Triple A issuer with Standard & Poor’s. We have not changed our business model, but we have implemented adjustments which better fit Standard & Poor’s rating model. These adjustments include, for example, transferring some investments from the trading book to the banking book. We have also increased our equity and are stronger than ever before.”
KommuneKredit has a long-term credit rating of Aaa and a short-term credit rating of P-1 with Moody’s Investor Service, which are the highest ratings on Moody’s rating scale. The outlook is stable.
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CEO Jens Lundager
KommuneKredit is an association, whose purpose is to provide lending to municipalities and regions and companies with a 100% municipal guarantee.
The association is the municipalities and regions own credit institution and exist solely for our clients.