Green bond round-up: Société du Grand Paris, Duke Energy, ReNew Power, Kommuninvest, World Bank, Santa Fe
Results for Yes Bank
The launch of a set of six principles seeking to commit banks to align with both the Paris Agreement…
Banks from five different continents have joined forces to redefine the sector's purpose, in alignment…
At least $28 billion of new green bonds were issued in the first three months of 2018, according to preliminary data from the Environmental Finance Green Bonds Database.
India's Yes Bank has committed $5 billion towards financing solar energy projects in the country.
Hong Kong real estate firm launches green bond
A INR19.5 billion ($300 million) green "masala" bond has been issued by state-owned enterprise Indian…
The summer holiday is over for the green bond market.
Brookfield Renewable Partners, a Canadian clean energy company, has issued its inaugural green bond,…
UK asset manager Standard Life Investments hopes to launch global and UK-focussed impact investment funds…
April was a solid month for green bond issuance, raising some $5.6 billion. That figure is up on the $5.3 billion for the same month last year, mainly thanks to a RMB15000 ($2.2 billion) from Bank of Beijing, the biggest Chinese green bond of the year.
Environmental non-profit CDP, formerly known as the Carbon Disclosure Project, has partnered with We…
After another record-breaking year for the green bond market, Environmental Finance is preparing to honour…
Green bond issuance of almost $6 billion in September took the nine-month total for this year to $61.8 billion – more than twice the figure for the same period last year.
India's Yes Bank has agreed a second transaction in which it will issue a rupee-denominated green bond…
The International Finance Corporation (IFC) is set to launch a $2 billion fund that will provide anchor…
The take-up of green bonds in Asia has been frustratingly slow, and there is no sign yet that companies are embracing the asset class en masse, argues Vicky Münzer-Jones
A second wave of winners has been announced in Environmental Finance's inaugural Green Bond…
Several more banks, industrial groups and national governments have signed up to join the Carbon Pricing…
The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) has finalised its inaugural set of green bond standards,…
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