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  • SEB warns of 'dire need' to tackle slowdown in sustainable bond market

    22 April 2024

    A slowdown in growth of the sustainable bond market during the first quarter suggests it is "living off the boom years" and issuance is not where it needs to be to meet climate targets, warns SEB's Gregor Vulturius.

  • COP27 sees progress on bilateral partnerships

    30 January 2023

    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

    23 December 2022

    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.

  • ECB bond buying climate tilt faces 'restrictions' in energy sector, says SEB

    24 November 2022

    The options for the European Central Bank (ECB) to tilt away from carbon intensive issuers in its trillion-euro corporate bond buying programme are "particularly restricted" in the energy sector, according to a study of the central bank's proposed climate scoring system.

  • People Moves 14 May 2021: SMBC, NTAM, SEB, Credit Suisse, L&G, ISS ESG and more

    14 May 2021
  • SEB recruits Stockholm Environment Institute's Vulturius

    14 May 2021
  • Are green bonds funding the transition?

    28 December 2020

    A new study shows weak link between companies' climate targets and green debt financing, say Gregor Vulturius and Heidi Tuhkanen