Comment: Assessing Nigeria's sovereign green bond

Comment: Assessing Nigeria's sovereign green bond

Issuing its first sovereign green bond was a significant achievement for Africa's biggest economy, but it missed an opportunity to make a much bigger capital markets splash, argues Keith Mullin

Structural work underpins carbon market optimism

If 2017 was the year of carbon market maintenance, with legislation extending the life of schemes in the US and Europe, 2018 could be defined by greater linking between initiatives, says Michael Hurley

Cat risk: A test of resilience

A spate of natural catastophes triggered payouts in the cat bond market, but this year's winners remain bullish, finds Peter Cripps

Strong markets await regulatory changes

Markets for renewable energy certificates (RECs) are growing around the world, but regulatory developments are keeping the biggest market players on their toes, says Nick Roumpis