• Green label helps Hungary issue longer-dated debt

    23 February 2022

    Hungary has raised JPY59 billion ($514 million) from its second 'samurai' sovereign green bond, with the green label helping it to attract investors to longer duration paper.

  • People Moves 15 October: McKinley returns to BlackRock, Leigh-Bell leaves CBI, and Howchin quits Swedish funds

    15 October 2021
  • Further 'sustainability-linked green' bonds expected in future, says Mizuho

    13 April 2021

    Hopes are high that the first sustainability-linked green bond in Japan will spark a flurry of others, according to Mizuho Securities, amid expectations that sustainability-linked fixed income instruments will become the main sustainable bond product in the country in the future.

  • Bank of China issues first 'blue bonds' in Asia

    22 October 2020

    The Bank of China (BoC) has issued the first blue bonds in Asia, raising nearly $950 million in a transaction described as a "milestone" in the development of financial instruments that help protect the oceans.

  • Green bond round-up: Société du Grand Paris, Duke Energy, ReNew Power, Kommuninvest, World Bank, Santa Fe

    13 March 2019
  • Green bonds round-up, 6 February

    06 February 2019

    Bank of America has raised $500 million from what it said is the first social bond by a US bank.

  • Green bonds round-up, 23 January

    23 January 2019

    Ontario Power Generation (OPG) has issued its second green bond, raising CAD500 million ($375 million).

  • Green bond round-up, 21 Nov

    21 November 2018

    US real estate company Boston Properties has raised $1 billion from its inaugural green bond.

  • Green bonds round-up - 24 Oct - 17 new deals

    24 October 2018

    Royal Schiphol Group, the owner of Amsterdam's Schiphol airport, has priced a green bond worth €500 million ($576 million), making it the first European airport to issue green-labelled notes.

  • Green bonds round-up, 3 October 2018

    03 October 2018

    Getlink said its inaugural green bond had been "comfortably oversubscribed", helping it raise €550 million ($635 million) rather than the €500 million originally envisaged.