Green bonds round-up - 24 Oct - 17 new deals
Royal Schiphol Group, the owner of Amsterdam's Schiphol airport, has priced a green bond worth €500 million ($576 million), making it the first European airport to issue green-labelled notes.
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.
Green bond round-up, 10 October 2018
Green bonds round-up, 3 October 2018
Getlink said its inaugural green bond had been "comfortably oversubscribed", helping it raise €550 million ($635 million) rather than the €500 million originally envisaged.
EIB enters sustainability bond arena with ground-breaking issue
The European Investment Bank (EIB) has issued its inaugural Sustainability Awareness Bond (SAB), the first in a series that expands its labelled bond issuance programme beyond Climate Awareness Bonds (CABs).
Green bonds round-up, 5 September 2018
German real estate bank, Deutsche Hypothekenbank, has issued its second €500 million ($580 million) green Pfandbrief.
Bearing the standard for green bond growth
As the green bond market has grown, a plethora of national and regional standards has sprung up. What do they bring to the market and are they necessary, ask Michael Hurley and Peter Cripps
Green bond round-up, 22 August 2018
Bank Australia has raised AUD125 million ($92 million) from its inaugural sustainability notes.
Green bond round-up, 15 August 2018
New York's Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) is set to return to the green bond market with its eighth issue, and its first of 2018.
Green bonds round-up, 18 July 2018
Terna, the operator of the Italian electricity grid, has entered the green bond market for the first time, with a €750 million ($872 million) offering maturing in July 2023.