Nordic Capital backs Swedish solar PV installer
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Indian regulator sets minimum threshold for mutual fund ESG investments
Mutual funds in India that market their products as 'ESG' funds will be required to invest at least 80% of their assets in designated sustainability-related activities, under a new framework unveiled by the country's regulator.
Enel, DZ Bank join Principles ExCom as Fannie Mae exits
Enel, DZ Bank and BNP Paribas Asset Management were among those elected to the executive committee (ExCom) which develop the influential sustainable bond principles, but Fannie Mae's exit marks a quick end to US issuer representation on the executive.
EIB issues 'first' digital green bond in Europe
The European Investment Bank (EIB) has raised SEK1 billion ($93 million) from the first "digital green bond" in Europe, which was issued through an open source platform developed by SEB and Crédit Agricole CIB (CA-CIB).
Indian regulator approves ESG reporting system, ESG ratings regulation
The Indian securities market regulator has approved plans for a new 'streamlined' ESG reporting system and regulation of providers of ESG ratings in a bid to increase confidence in disclosures.
India keen to 'set the pace' on ESG, says HSBC
Recent regulatory developments that push India's ESG requirements forward show it is looking to "set the pace in certain areas", HSBC has said.
COP27 sees progress on bilateral partnerships
The climate conference saw multilateral talks stagnate but bilateral partnerships show the way forward, argue Lina Apsheva and Gregor Vulturius
SEB: US, Asia to lead 2023 sustainable debt market rebound
The labelled sustainable debt market will bounce back in 2023, to potentially set a fresh annual issuance total, helped by a strong performance from the US sustainable bond market, SEB has forecast.