Make or Break: The True Value of Credit Ratings
Recorded March 22, 2012
We all know that maintaining and obtaining a credit rating is important, but there are specific, surprising ways in which the value of a credit rating can change. What are the key rating drivers? Who gets ratings, what are the requirements, and what do they actually determine? What communications strategies between the organization and the rating agencies are particularly helpful in obtaining or maintaining a rating? Becoming familiar with how rating agencies rate bond issues, and how lenders respond to those ratings, will help providers obtain the highest possible rating and lowest cost of capital for their projects. What is your outlook for 2012? What is the rationale for that outlook? Our expert panel is here to help.
This educational offering has been approved for 1.50 clock hours by the National Association of Long Term Care Administrator Boards (NAB).
ORDER A RECORDING AND TRANSCRIPT TODAY for this unique webcast and learn the true value of maintaining and obtaining a credit rating from our panel of leading industry experts—without ever having to leave your desk:
|●||What factors can contribute to a downgrade?|
|●||How do higher capital costs affect rated vs. non-rated organizations? How do these challenges affect rated vs. non-rated organizations differently – or do they?|
|●||Should we expect more downgrades than upgrades in this sector?|
|●||What constitutes a credit positive?|
|●||Why should a CCRC seek a credit agency rating?|
|●||What security levels are required?|
|●||PLUS...your chance to ask our panel of experts any questions about the not-for-profit and for-profit senior living models.|