Moody's, Green Social and Sustainability Bond Issuance to Jump 24%  in 2020

According to a recent publication of Moody’s Investors Service, green, social and sustainability bond issuance is set to climb 24% to $400 billion this year as issuance volumes and issuer diversification in this bond markets segment continues to grow.

Across the financial sector, market participants are increasingly integrating environmental, social and governance (ESG) considerations and sustainability”, says Moody’s Analyst Matthew Kuchtyak. “Governments and regulators are also providing greater structure and clarity to the sustainable finance market as their focus on climate change and sustainability grows.”  Read More

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