'Our role in the transition goes beyond labelled bonds'
Luxembourg Stock Exchange has a role to play in providing transparency on net zero plans, its CEO Julie Becker tells Peter Cripps
A 'year of records' for LGX
The ground-breaking Luxembourg Green Exchange set fresh records in 2021, Laetitia Hamon tells Ahren Lester
Databases and regulation driving standardisation of labelled bond data
Efforts to standardise green, social and sustainability bond impact data are gaining traction, but widespread comparability remains elusive, an Environmental Finance webinar heard. Michael Hurley reports
WFE highlights lack of consensus on ESG standards across exchanges
Stock exchanges have flagged the array of different environmental, social and governance (ESG) reporting standards as a hindrance to their sustainability efforts.
Reputational benefit is main incentive for green bond issuance
The likelihood of an enhanced reputation is the most important driver behind the issuance of green bonds, according a survey of treasurers by the Climate Bonds Initiative (CBI).
Assets managed by LuxFLAG labelled products cross €100bn
The Luxembourg Finance Labelling Agency (LuxFLAG) has seen assets managed by the 200 investment products recognised by the label cross the €100 billion ($109 billion) milestone.
Winners revealed in Environmental Finance's Bond Awards 2020
Environmental Finance's Bond Awards were expanded again this year to reflect the growth and evolution of the green, social and sustainability (GSS) bond markets and to include the nascent GSS loan market.
People moves, 27 December: AIIB, J O Hambro, LuxSE
The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) has appointed Andrew Cross as its chief financial officer.
Green Bond round-up – 10 April: Senvion, LG Chem, France's GROAT, ocean plastic bond, Toyota, Terna, EIB's new CAB, Peru, Luxembourg links with China
South Korea-based chemicals manufacturer LG Chem has issued green bonds worth $1.56 billion to help finance production of electric vehicle (EV) batteries.