NBIM: ESG ratings 'should disclose methodology change impacts'
Norges Bank Investment Management (NBIM) has urged regulators to require environmental, social and governance (ESG) ratings providers to be more transparent about the impact of changes to their methodologies.
Singapore prices SGD2.8bn green bond tap
Singapore is raising SGD2.8 billion ($2.1 billion) from a tap of its 50-year green bond, which takes the total raised by the city-state from its debut sovereign green bond to SGD5.2 billion.
Singapore plans SGD1.8bn green bond tap this week
Singapore is planning to raise at least SGD1.8 billion ($1.3 billion) from a tap of its 50-year debut green bond this week.
MAS developing ESG ratings code of conduct
The Monetary Authority of Singapore is supporting work to create an ESG code of conduct which will ask ESG ratings and data providers to disclose how transition risks are factored into their products.
Video: Tze Khai Poh (MAS) on Singapore's first sovereign green bond issuance
Tze Khai Poh shares his key experiences and takeaways from Singapore's first sovereign green bond issuance
ESG in Fixed Income Asia 2022: Highlights
Environmental Finance's in-person ESG in Fixed Income Asia 2022 conference in Singapore recently highlighted the crucial environmental, social and governance (ESG) topics relevant to the fixed income markets in the region...
GFANZ Asia group to launch coal 'phase out' guidance
COP27: Regulators march on ... and on
Are regulators suffering mission creep at COP27, asks Peter Cripps
COP27: NGFS launches blended climate finance initiative
The Central Banks and Supervisors Network for Greening the Financial System (NGFS) has launched a blended finance initiative at the UN COP27 climate summit,...
Singapore considers ground-breaking foreign currency green bond
Singapore will consider issuing its first ever foreign currency sovereign bond in green bond format amid interest from investors, but only after building out its Singaporean dollar green bond curve.