Andrew Davison is a Senior Vice President in Moody’s Infrastructure Finance Group. Andrew is responsible for Moody's strategic initiatives responding to market dynamics that are reshaping the development and financing of infrastructure assets across the globe. Prior to assuming his current role, Andrew led Moody’s EMEA Project Finance team from 2007-2012.
Andrew has authored a number of high-profile publications on the global infrastructure sector, including serial research on the credit performance of project finance bank loans. Andrew is a frequent speaker at international conferences and other events addressing infrastructure-related themes.
Moody’s has a leading global Infrastructure Finance franchise, rating some US$2.6 trillion of corporate and project finance securities, representing more than 90% of all public bonds issued globally in the sector. 130 analytical sector staff cover more than 1,000 infrastructure issuers globally. Moody’s EMEA team of 50 specialists is responsible for rating around 370 issuers. The rating agency covers more than 11,000 corporate issuers and 118 sovereign nations, accounting for 98% of world GDP.
Andrew joined Moody's in 2006. He has a broad background in energy and infrastructure finance and has acted variously as lead debt arranger, financial advisor and principal on a range of profile transactions in the sector on behalf of previous employers: Hambros, SG, Enron and Scotia Capital.
Andrew is a Chartered Accountant and holds an engineering degree from Trinity College, Cambridge.