• NYK ready to issue shipping's first green bond

    17 April 2018

    Nippon Yusen Kaisha (NYK) will become the world's first shipping company to issue a labelled green bond, hot on the heels of the industry's commitment to halve carbon emissions by 2050.

  • Big in Japan?

    04 September 2017

    Support from the biggest pension fund in the world is helping ESG take off in Japan, write Peter Cripps and Joe Walsh

  • Hannon Armstrong prices $135m of convertibles

    18 August 2017

    Hannon Armstrong Sustainable Infrastructure Capital (HASI) has priced a $135 million offering of convertible senior notes.

  • [Updated] Fannie Mae prices its first structured green MBS

    16 February 2017

    The US Federal National Mortgage Association (Fannie Mae) has priced a $611 million securitised bond that aggregates numerous green mortgages.

  • Ulrik Ross leaves HSBC

    30 January 2017

    HSBC's global head of public sector and sustainable debt, Ulrik Ross, has left the bank, according to figures in the green bond market.

  • Green Bonds Round Up - 18 January 17

    18 January 2017

    Danish public sector lender KommuneKredit is gearing up to launch a benchmark-sized euro-denominated green bond in the second quarter of this year.

  • 50 shades of green bonds - and 50 ways of assessing them

    29 December 2016

    Ratings agencies have weighed into the green bond market in the past year, adding to the raft of existing tools for assessing bonds. Where is this increasingly crowded marketplace heading, asks Peter Cripps

  • Ygrene issues first AAA rated Pace bond in $329.5m fundraise

    15 November 2016

    Ygrene Energy Fund has raised $329.5 million by issuing two Property Assessed Clean Energy (Pace) bonds including the market's first AAA rated notes.

  • KfW comes to market with kanga green bond

    30 March 2015

    KfW has issued its first green bond in Australian dollars.

  • EIB issues €400m tap of Climate Awareness Bond with negative yield

    24 February 2015

    The European Investment Bank (EIB) has further expanded its range of green bonds, with its first issue offering a negative yield.