• Exclusive: Bloomberg launches green bond-tilted fixed income indexes

    06 December 2023

    Bloomberg has launched a series of green bond-tilted indexes tied to the company's flagship fixed income benchmarks, Environmental Finance has learned.

  • Bloomberg and Natural History Museum to build biodiversity data tool

    29 November 2023

    Bloomberg has announced it will work with the UK's Natural History Museum to build a biodiversity data tool for investors.

  • Exclusive: Bloomberg launches impact investing data product

    27 November 2023

    Data giant Bloomberg has launched a product that uses the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to help investors compare the sustainability impact of about 50,000 companies.

  • CSRD will change the landscape of ESG data, say UNEP FI panellists

    13 September 2023

    The value of regulation is also championed by the experts

  • MSCI, Bloomberg among big-name signatories to Japan ESG data code of conduct

    28 July 2023

    Major data providers MSCI and Bloomberg are among 17 signatories to a Japanese code of conduct for ESG data, the country's regulator has revealed.

  • EU calls on investors to create more transition finance products

    14 June 2023

    The European Commission has called on financial institutions to offer more transition-related financing solutions as well as integrate transition plans further into their risk assessments.

  • German green bond offers 'slender' greenium

    19 May 2023

    The €5.25 billion ($5.7 billion) German green bond was issued with a 'greenium' of just half a basis point (bp), which Bloomberg said was significantly smaller than previous green bonds from the country.

  • Sustainability-linked bond data transparency 'getting better'

    02 May 2023

    The data transparency for sustainability-linked bonds (SLBs) is "definitely getting better" as market providers increase granularity of their datasets,...

  • Bloomberg 'very seriously' considering transition bond index launch

    28 April 2023

    There is "definitely" investor demand for 'transition' bond indexes, but Bloomberg said it would require European investors to agree on a distinct list of transitional rather than just 'light green' activities.