Green Bonds Tag

Chinese regulators designated 18 credit rating and accounting agencies as the country’s first officially approved green bond certification authorities to regulate the fast-growing market, as reported by Caixin on September 22. The Green Bond Standards Committee (GBSC), affiliated with China’s National Association of Financial Market...

Mizuho Financial Group (MHFG) [8411:JP], the controller of Japanese megabank Mizuho Bank, has issued a EUD800m (USD796.2m) green bond to finance environmental-friendly projects, as reported by ESG Today on September 5. This represents the largest euro-denominated green bond issued by a Japanese financial institute. This...

The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) will raise SGD2.4bn (USD1.7bn) via the issuance of 50-year sovereign green bonds with a coupon rate of 3.04%, as reported by Nikkei Asia on August 6. The Green Singapore Government Securities (Infrastructure), or Green SGS (Infra), is the government's longest-term...

Eight Chinese asset managers, including E Fund, China Merchants Fund Management [600036:CN], GF Fund, Fullgoal Fund, China Universal, and others, have submitted their applications to the CSRC for launching new carbon neutrality-themed exchange-traded funds (ETFs), as reported by Yicai on April 21. The eight ETFs...

The Bank for International Settlements (BIS) announced the launch of a new green fund to finance environmentally beneficial projects in Asia and the Pacific, as reported by Reuters on February 15. The fund will invest in green bonds issued by Asian governments, financial institutions, and...

Adani Group [ADE:IN], an Indian multinational conglomerate of energy and port, committed to leveraging green bonds to build the world’s largest renewable energy firm, as reported by Nikkei Asia on January 7. The company has already raised USD750m through green bonds in September 2021. Adani’s...

Singapore’s Nanyang Technological University (NTU) is issuing SGD1bn (USD741m) in multicurrency bonds to support its sustainability goals, as reported by The Straits Times on October 11. The sustainability-linked bonds (SLBs) will be issued under a medium term note (MTN) program arranged by the Oversea-Chinese Banking...

zh_hk繁体中文