Private wealth holders to 'almost double' impact investing by 2025
Research by Campden Wealth, Global Impact Solutions Today (GIST), and Barclays Private Bank suggests the average portfolio allocation of private wealth holders and family offices for social and environment impact is to increase from 20% in 2019 to 35% in 2025.
BHP increases climate pressure on industry associations
Anglo-Australian mining giant BHP has enhanced its policy towards industry associations as it looks to ensure its climate lobbying aligns with the Paris Agreement.
Monoline-wrapped renewables project financing could be a game-changer
The application of insurance-wrapped debt to renewable-energy project financing is likely to emerge as a valuable addition to the green capital markets toolkit, writes Keith Mullin
Danish pension fund invests DKK90m in sustainability bonds
Danish pension fund Sampension has invested DKK90 million ($13.6 million) in a sustainability bond from the German state of North-Rhine Westphalia.
Green bonds round-up, 23 January
Ontario Power Generation (OPG) has issued its second green bond, raising CAD500 million ($375 million).
Green bonds round-up, 17 October 2018
German commercial bank Berlin Hyp has raised €500 million ($578 million) from its third green Pfandbrief. This takes the total green debt issued by the bank to €3 billion.
Yes Bank of India commits $5bn for domestic solar projects
India's Yes Bank has committed $5 billion towards financing solar energy projects in the country.
Neoen issues €245m junior green bond with AMP as the sole investor
France's Neoen has issued its second green bond, to finance 1.6GW of renewable energy projects in Australia and France.
Talanx plays dealmaker in $1bn debt financing of offshore wind farm
Talanx has co-ordinated at least 10 institutional investors to commit €832 million ($980 million) of debt finance for a North Sea wind farm, marking the second time the German insurer clubbed like-minded institutions together.
Food firms need to improve response to climate change, says Ceres
Many food companies are poorly prepared to deal with the likely impacts of climate change, according to Ceres, a US-based industry and investor network.