Jonathan Constable

Senior Credit Analyst

Jonathan Constable
Jonathan joined LGIM as a senior credit analyst in October 2013 with lead responsibility for the utilities sector. Jonathan spent nearly five years as an equity research analyst at Nomura International where he focused on UK and Italian utilities. Prior to this he worked as a consultant with Ernst & Young for over four years, including advisory roles on UK infrastructure projects in the health sector. Jonathan holds an MA in mathematics from the University of Cambridge. He is a chartered accountant and CFA charterholder.

Other articles by Jonathan Constable

European coal generation: why the rebound won’t last
ESG and long term themes

European coal generation: why the rebound won’t last

The energy crisis has complicated planned disposals of coal assets, but longer term we believe a...
By Jonathan ConstableLewis Ashworth
10 Nov 2022
3 min read
Coal: It’s better to phase out than to burn away
Jonathan Constable
ESG and long term themes

Coal: It’s better to phase out than to burn away

There is still much work to do to phase out coal in Europe, but some utilities could accelerate...
By Jonathan Constable
09 Aug 2021
4 min read
What does nationalisation risk mean for UK utility bondholders?
Jonathan Constable
Fixed income

What does nationalisation risk mean for UK utility bondholders?

The UK opposition Labour party has been leading calls for UK utilities to be brought under public...
By Jonathan Constable
26 Sep 2018
3 min read

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