Nordic SSAs prepare green impact guide

A group of Nordic public sector issuers are preparing a “practical guide on impact reporting” in the green bond market. While the initial aim is to assist Nordic borrowers in the public and private spheres, the authors hope that it could prove useful for issuers from other countries too.

  • By Craig McGlashan
  • 12 Sep 2017
Full details will not be available until the position paper is launched at the OECD Green Investment Financing Forum in Paris on October 24-25, but its authors said it will be a useful addition to the existing harmonised framework for impact reporting, created by a group of supranationals ...

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