The sovereign credit rating for the Republic of Maldives is assigned by two of the three major credit rating agencies in the world - Moody’s Investors Service and Fitch Ratings.
The first sovereign credit rating issued and published for the Maldives was in September 2016, where Moody’s assigned a B2 rating for the Maldives. In May 2017, Fitch Rating became the second rating agency to rate the Maldives, with a B+ rating. Maldives has maintained these respective ratings from Moody’s and Fitch since.
Maldives Credit Rating
|Rating Agency||Rating||Outlook||Date reviewed|
|Moody's||B2||Negative||25 July 2018|
|Fitch||B+||Stable||15 May 2018|
Latest material on Credit Rating
|04 September 2018||Moody's||Moody's: Maldives' credit profile shows healthy growth, but also rising debt, liquidity risks|
|25 July 2018||MoF||Press Release : Moody's Affirms Maldives B2 Rating|
|25 July 2018||Moody's||Moody's changes Maldives' rating outlook to negative from stable; affirms B2 ratings|
|15 May 2018||MoF||Fitch Ratings decides to maintain its B+ Sovereign to the Maldives|
|15 May 2018||Fitch||Fitch Affirms Maldives at 'B+'; Outlook Stable|
|27 April 2018||Fitch||Fitch Assigns Maldives' USD Bonds Final 'B+' Rating|