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Trevor d’Olier-Lees

Senior Director, Infrastructure Ratings
S&P Global Ratings

Trevor d’Olier-Lees is a Senior Director at S&P Global Infrastructure Ratings.
Trevor joined Standard & Poor’s in 1998 and has been involved in all analytical aspects of the Infrastructure practice. His responsibilities include chairing rating committees, the primary analyst for new credit ratings such as Solar Star (one of largest utility scale solar projects globally), WVB East End Partners (S&P’s first rating of an availability public-private partnership project in the U.S.) and surveillance of existing ratings including Plenary Walsh Keystone Partners (aka as Penn Bridges project). In addition, Trevor has been significantly involved in the world’s first rated bundled solar securitization transactions.
Recent thought leadership articles Trevor has authored include: “A $1 Trillion Gap; Could Traditional And Alternative Bundling Approaches Help Revive North America’s Water System?”, July 13, 2017;  “Developing U.S. Infrastructure
In An Era Of Emerging Challenges, Observations From Key Sectors”, June 13, 2017; “Offshore Wind Projects Take Off As Technology Improves And Costs Fall”, June 2, 2017; “Bundling: A Growing Trend As Stakeholders Look To Unlock The Potential Of The Infrastructure Asset Class”, Jan 31st, 2017.
Trevor holds a bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering from University College, Swansea, U.K. and a master of business administration degree from Manchester Business School, U.K.

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