Debt & Preferred Information

Debt & Preferred Securities

A listing of Edison International and its subsidiaries’ outstanding debt and preferred securities as of the most recent year-end can be found in the Financial & Statistical Report.

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Credit Ratings

Debt and preference securities are assigned credit ratings based on an evaluation of the issuer's financial condition and ability to meet its financial obligations, including interest or dividend and principal payments. The credit ratings schedule in the link below includes ratings from Moody's, Standard & Poor's, and Fitch. These organizations assign a rating that characterizes the credit risks. Ratings also affect a company's cost of borrowing.

Credit Ratings as of March 2, 2021


California Legislation empowers the California Public Utilities Commission (the “CPUC”) to issue Financing Orders authorizing SCE to recover certain costs and expenses through securitizations. These bonds are issued through the following wholly-owned, special purpose entities of Southern California Edison:

SCE Recovery Funding LLC

Selected Documents

Accordion Test

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Formal agreements between the bondholders, the issuer of the debt securities (bonds), and the trustee acting on behalf of the bondholders that define the terms and conditions by which bonds may be issued.

Legal documents offering debt and equity securities for sale by the issuer that explain the offer, including terms, use of the funds and additional information to enable a potential investor make an informed investment decision.

Credit Facilities
Formal lending agreements between the borrower and commercial banks providing credit availability under specified conditions and covenants for agree-upon periods.

See the company’s most recent Form 10-K and other SEC filings for further information on EIX and SCE liquidity and related company documents.

SEC Filings