2019 proved a good end to an otherwise forgettable decade for UK investors.
Two senior officials who have been central to the European Investment Bank’s transition to greener lending and rebranding as the EU’s ‘climate bank’ are leaving, prompting a reshuffle of the management committee.
All eyes in the primary euro public sector bond market are fixed on the expected arrival of Germany’s green Bund this week, but there were still some other deals announced on Tuesday. Greece is sticking to its plan for a syndicated bond issuance every quarter and Berlin hopes to match the success of its compatriot[…]
Germany’s long promised green debut is set to come to market this week in what is turning out to be a hectic one for the green bond market.
The European Stability Mechanism (ESM) is returning to the dollar market for its fourth dollar benchmark, two weeks ahead of its scheduled funding window.
Caisse d’Amortissement de la Dette Sociale (Cades) is setting up a social bond programme to help finance an increasing deficit in France’s social security system.
Sweden’s long gestating green bond debut came to fruition this week as the sovereign scooped Skr20bn ($2.3bn) at a discount to its conventional curve.
A former sovereign, supranational and agency bond trader at Commerzbank has joined NordLB after an almost two year hiatus from the capital markets.
The UK Debt Management Office has chosen the banks to lead the first ever 15 year Gilt to be sold via syndication, which will hit the market next week
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