conditional rating

Provisional Rating

A bond rating that is subject to change based upon certain conditions. For example, if the project a bond was intended to finance is completed and begins generating revenue, a provisional rating is likely to increase. On the other hand, if an issuer's debt reaches too high a level, a provisional rating is likely to decrease. It is also called a conditional rating. See also: investment-grade, junk.

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The conditional rating is based on the 14-month period before construction is expected to begin, and the legal ability to stop the project before building commences.
The conditional rating is expected to remain in place through acceptance and the two year recession period allowed under the service agreement.

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