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Fork in the road
The debate over marginal loss factors may see some short-term resolution next week – but the wider conversation about reform to Australia’s National Electricity Market still has some way to run.
Anglian Water, Bristol Water and Northumbrian Water have joined Yorkshire Water in asking the CMA to review Ofwat’s December review.
Survey results show that marginal loss factor volatility is increasing the cost of capital, says one investor, who also criticised the Australian regulator for being 'more interested in preserving the past'.
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First Super CEO, Bill Watson, says investors have profited handsomely from regulated assets and need to heed the complaints they receive.
The investors call for the Australian Energy Market Commissioner to pay greater heed to quantitative analysis when making its decision.
The UK’s Civil Aviation Authority is examining the move, which could see the site, part-owned by IFM, become the country’s third regulated airport.
Julia Leung, deputy CEO of the Hong Kong SFC
Julia Leung, the Hong Kong financial body's deputy chief exec, says asset managers in Asia tend to focus more on governance than environmental concerns.
The government has tabled a law decree to revoke the concessions of Autostrade per l’Italia, which it holds responsible for the deadly Morandi Bridge collapse in August 2018.
GIP, Cheung Kong Infrastructure and Orsted are among the owners of the assets that agreed to a 'voluntary payment' requested by the regulator for their roles in a nationwide power cut last year.
Long derided as a soft touch, regulators have flexed their muscles in 2019, giving investors cause for concern.
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