Tag: Green Bond

S&P Global Ratings writes for the GGKP Insights Blog on the many types of green financing (not just bonds)

There are three key green financing trends to consider in 2018, writes Michael Wilkins, Head of Sustainable Finance, S&P Global Ratings, for the UN’s Green Growth Knowledge Platform’s (GGKP) Insights Blog. These are: an expanding sovereign green bond market; diversification of the green finance market (through new financing tools, not just green bonds); and a …

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S&P Global Ratings’ Noemie De La Gorce quoted on green bond issuance in Environmental Finance

Noemie De La Gorce, S&P Global Ratings’ primary analyst on the recent 2018 green bond outlook, Green Bonds Issuance Is Expected to Shoot Up Further, spoke to Environmental Finance about her findings. De La Gorce noted that – after playing a key role in the take-off of the green bond market – development banks “now …

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S&P Global Ratings’ Michael Ferguson considers the development and prospects of the U.S. green bond marketplace in American Infrastructure

2017 has seen a surge of global green bond issuances. The Climate Bonds Initiative (CBI) quantified the total figure for H12017 at $55.8 billion – representing a $21.2 billion increase from the same period in 2016. Despite the sharp increase in both America’s municipal and corporate issuances this year, the majority of green bond marketplace …

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