The changing shape of the green bond market (part 2)
As the market matures, some investors are calling for more reassurance about the environmental benefits claimed for green bonds. Part two of this roundtable explores the pros and cons of tougher standards and second-party opinions.
The changing shape of the green bond market
As growth in the green bond market shows signs of slowing, this roundtable, organised by Environmental Finance with the support of DNV GL, examines the challenges facing both issuers and investors.
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