Crédit Agricole becomes leading green bond underwriter
Crédit Agricole Corporate & Investment Bank (CACIB) has seized the title of leading underwriter in the green bond market for 2017, after knocking its American rival Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BAML) off the top spot.
JP Morgan is top green bond underwriter in Q3, with a string of EM deals
JP Morgan seized the bragging rights to the green bond underwriting market in the third quarter of 2017, helped by a series of benchmark-sized issues in emerging markets.
Green bond round-up, 11 October 2017
Fiji looking at green bonds, says economy minister Fiji is considering using green bonds to help boost the country's renewable energy resources, according to a senior minister quoted in the local press.
Investors pay up for $1bn KfW green bond
A $1 billion green bond by German government-owned development bank KfW has priced at two basis points inside its normal yield curve following "exceptionally high demand".
Green bond round-up, 20 September 2017
Mexico City Airport Trust has returned to the green bond market with the biggest corporate issue to date – a two-tranche $4 billion bond – to finance what it claims will be the world's most sustainable airport.
Green bond round-up, 13 September 2017
Canada's Toronto-Dominion (TD) Bank has doubled the size of its latest green bond transaction to $1 billion, after demand swelled to more than $2 billion.
Hannon Armstrong prices $135m of convertibles
Hannon Armstrong Sustainable Infrastructure Capital (HASI) has priced a $135 million offering of convertible senior notes.
French banks are en marche in July green bond underwriting table
BNP Paribas emerged as the biggest green bond underwriter in July, as French banks continued their assault on the high-profile market in a bid to seize the bragging rights from their American rivals.
Green bond round-up, 9 August 2017
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has issued its eighth green bond, raising $1.25 billion.
JP Morgan commits to $200bn clean financing by 2025
US bank JP Morgan plans to invest $200 billion in clean financing projects by 2025, the largest commitment of its kind by a global financial institution, it said.