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Results for HSBC
Investors with almost $10 trillion in assets have begun pushing more than 700 companies, including ExxonMobil,…
There has been a flurry of good news from the green, social and sustainability bond market in recent months. Here are three reasons to be cheerful.
HSBC Global Asset Management (HSBC) plans to launch a green bond fund, which targets “real economy” issuers…
Hong Kong and the Netherlands have given the green bond market a $7.7 billion boost, with both nations…
Investor support for a BP climate shareholder resolution represents a new "global best", according to…
Stephanie Sfakianos, head of sustainable capital markets, will depart from BNP Paribas.
Hong Kong plans to launch a roadshow of its inaugural green bond later this month, in what could mark…
Equinor has become the latest oil and gas company to bow to investor pressure to strengthen its climate…
Investment giant Pimco is claiming success in its campaign to encourage more issuance of bonds linked…
HSBC is to offer Walmart's suppliers cheaper finance if they improve their sustainability performance.
La Banque Postale has issued its first green bond, raising €750 million ($849 million).
France’s financial regulator has called for the rapid introduction of a formal definition of investments…
The Dutch government said it aims to raise between €4 billion ($4.5 billion) and €6 billion from its…
London-based bank HSBC has included climate-related risk in its list of ‘top and emerging risks’ for…
Instituto de Crédito Oficial (ICO), a state-owned Spanish bank, has issued a €500 million ($562 million)…
The Environmental Finance Bond Awards 2019 feature several repeat winners alongside many new names, as 13 extra categories were added this year in response to the rapid growth of social and sustainability bonds.
A network of investors with more than $32 trillion in assets says it expects companies in the highly…
Conservation finance may appear to be one of the most esoteric investment niches, but experimentation and innovation is giving way to proof of concept – attracting a growing number of institutional investors along the way. Mark Nicholls reports
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