Rating the Region

The region’s current international rating as determined by Moody’s Investors Service.

Update of the region’s international rating determined by Moody’s Investors Service.

This rating is an independent assessment of an entity’s ability and will to meet its future obligations, which is especially important for evaluating a client’s creditworthiness when obtaining external resources.

The international rating has been annually reassessed by Moody’s Investors Service since 2005. The assigned rating also fulfils the obligations stipulated by credit contracts concluded between the region and the European Investment Bank.

On 27 April 2018, Moody’s Investors Service improved the Moravian and Silesian Region’s rating from A2 with stable outlook to A2 with positive outlook (the region was rated A2 with stable outlook from 2006 to April 2018). While this change is mainly associated with the Czech Republic’s improved rating as a whole, the region’s decreasing debt and sufficient cash reserves also contributed.

The last rating analysis was issued on 06/06/2018 on the basis of annual detailed reassessment of the region’s rating. The region’s A2 with positive outlook rating was confirmed.

The final rating was mainly influenced by further decrease in the region’s debt, increase in tax revenue, increase in cash reserves and continued improvement in the region’s operating results.

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