Water supply will need to increase by around 24% between 2025 and 2050 if no action is taken to reduce consumption, according to the UK Environment Agency.
At the same time, the government has committed to reducing over-abstraction and returning water bodies to their natural state, a cause supported by many customers and stakeholders. A changing climate and a growing population are putting increasing pressure on an ever-diminishing resource – so what does the water sector, both companies and the regulator, need to do next?

Join Moody’s, Dr Luis Correia da Silva - Partner Oxera Consulting, Rachel Fletcher- CEO Ofwat, Peter Simpson - CEO Anglian Water and Moody’s analysts to discuss what is needed if the water sector is to continue to deliver for customers and avoid a supply crisis.

Speakers:
  • Neil Griffiths-Lambeth, Associate Managing Director, EMEA Project & Infrastructure Finance, Moody’s
  • Rachel Fletcher – CEO Ofwat
  • Peter Simpson – CEO Anglian Water
  • Luis Correia da Silva – Partner Oxera

Following the commencement of TRIM in 2016, there are has been a multi phased approach to the ECB’s TRIM exercise. As we are gearing up for a year of further TRIM exercises and transitioning to review of wholesale and low default portfolios, Moody’s would like to host this webinar to provide:

  1. Further insight to the challenges in the market thus far
  2. The common themes across Europe
  3. Remediation and best practice approaches

Following the commencement of TRIM in 2016, there are has been a multi phased approach to the ECB’s TRIM exercise. As we are gearing up for a year of further TRIM exercises and transitioning to review of wholesale and low default portfolios, Moody’s would like to host this webinar to provide:

  1. Further insight to the challenges in the market thus far
  2. The common themes across Europe
  3. Remediation and best practice approaches