• Sustainability-linked bond issuance limps into 2024

    25 March 2024

    Sustainability-linked bond (SLB) issuance has had its weakest start to a year since the publication of principles boosted the market in 2020, according to Environmental Finance research.

  • People Moves, 26 January: GRI, GIIN, Impax, ISS ESG ... and more

    26 January 2024
  • Bond round-up: France, EIB, Enel ... and more

    17 January 2024
  • Enel returns to sustainability-linked bonds with €1.75bn deal

    17 January 2024

    The biggest issuer of sustainability-linked bonds (SLB) has returned to the market after nearly a year's absence.

  • Sovereigns lead 2023 sustainable bond issuance back to growth

    10 January 2024

    Resurgent green bond issuance and record-breaking activity from governments edged the sustainable bond market back close to $1 trillion in 2023, Ahren Lester reports

  • Enel, DZ Bank join Principles ExCom as Fannie Mae exits

    23 June 2023

    Enel, DZ Bank and BNP Paribas Asset Management were among those elected to the executive committee (ExCom) which develop the influential sustainable bond principles, but Fannie Mae's exit marks a quick end to US issuer representation on the executive.

  • Video: Enel’s Alessandro Canta on what's next for SLBs

  • Schroders: Companies who miss SLB targets may not be investable

    17 April 2023

    Sustainable investors might shun companies that miss targets in their sustainability-linked bonds (SLBs), an executive at Schroders has warned.

  • ESG in Fixed Income EMEA 2023 - early bird ends this Friday

    14 March 2023

    The early bird rate for Environmental Finance's annual ESG in Fixed Income EMEA conference will end this Friday, so register now to save 20%

  • Enel issues 'ground-breaking' alternative to sustainability-linked green bonds

    14 February 2023

    Enel has raised €1.5 billion ($1.6 billion) from a sustainability-linked bond with updated targets related to EU Taxonomy-aligned capital expenditure, which could prove an innovative alternative to the rare sustainability-linked green bond (SLGBs).