The region’s rating

Update of the region’s international rating executed by the Moody's Investors Service Agency.

Rating is independent assessment of a subject’s capacity and intent to fulfil its future obligations, which is particularly important for assessing the solvency of a client when acquiring a loan.

The granted rating simultaneously fulfils the duties stipulated by the loan contract, which the region has concluded with the European Investment Bank.

18 months after the Moody's Investors Service Agency raised the Moravian Silesian Region’s rating from the “stable” level to “positive” it then increased the rating from A2 with a positive forecast to A1 with a stable forecast. The region acquired a higher rating in relation to the increased rating of the Czech Republic and also due to the improved rating of the region’s individual economic factors - the increased operating margin, reduced debt applying to operating income and gradual growth of liquidity.

The Moody's Investors Service Agency has been giving an international rating to the Moravian Silesian Region since 2005. During this period the region’s rating has gradually improved from the original A3 rating to the current A1 rating.

This means that the Moravian Silesian Region has the highest possible rating under the currently configured model for financing regions in the Czech Republic.

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