Green bond round-up: ICO, Klabin, Reykjavik Energy, Midsummer, IBRD, Fabege, Housing New Zealand, Argosy Property and Vasakronan
Instituto de Crédito Oficial (ICO), a state-owned Spanish bank, has issued a €500 million ($562 million) green note that matures in 2024.
Green bonds round-up, 12 September 2018
Agence Francaise de Developpement (AFD) has returned to the green bond market with a €500 million ($578 million) issue to finance a mix of projects that help mitigate or adapt to climate change.
Green bond round-up, 8 February 2017
New York's Metropolitan Transport Authority (MTA) is gearing up to launch its third green bond, expected to raise $350 million.
Danske Bank develops price differentiation for green loan
Danske Bank has extended its first green loan with 'improved terms' to a real estate client, Fabege, because it is financing green buildings which it believes have a lower level of risk.
EF BRIEFS: Swedish real estate green bond; Greencoat equity raise
A Swedish real estate firm has returned to the green bond market with its third and largest offering, raising SEK700 million ($76 million).
Swedish property company returns to green bond market
A subsidiary of Swedish real estate group Fabege has returned to the market with is second green bond, raising SEK460 million ($55 million).
EF BRIEFS: Starbucks, TerraForm Power, Fabege
Starbucks priced a $500 million bond yesterday, claiming it is the first corporate sustainability bond to be issued out of the US.
Real estate firm launches world's first all-green MTN programme
A listed real estate company will launch the first medium-term note (MTN) programme to include green terms within it.