Céline Chérubin is a senior analyst in the EMEA Infrastructure Finance Group, based in Paris. She has responsibility for a portfolio of unregulated utilities in France, Italy and the Czech Republic as well as water and waste management companies in France and Spain.
Céline has considerable experience of assessing utilities and infrastructure in Europe, with an in-depth knowledge of business models, strategies and stakeholders. She has a particular focus on the French market but also benefits from experience of a broad range of other jurisdictions.
Moody’s has a leading global Infrastructure Finance franchise, rating some US$2 trillion of corporate and project finance securities, representing more than 90% of all public bonds globally in the sector. 140 analytical staff cover more than 1,000 infrastructure issuers globally. Moody’s EMEA team of 50 specialists is responsible for rating 416 issuers. The rating agency covers more than 11,000 corporate issuers and 135 sovereign nations.
Before joining Moody’s in April 2019, Céline worked for Infravia, a French infrastructure investment company, where she was responsible for investor relations and the fundraising of the fourth infrastructure fund. Prior to this, she had an extended career as a sell side equity analyst covering European utilities for more than 12 years. She has also taught classes in accounting, P&L diagnostics and cash-flow analysis for the Société Française des Analystes Financiers.
Céline holds a degree in business administration (DESCAFF) from the Bordeaux Business School. She is fluent in English and French.