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Large international companies are quickly learning the benefits of connecting their sustainability performance to their financing, with Dreyfus and NRG each recently announcing debut sustainability-linked loans (SLL) in the US, both structured by BNP Paribas

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Hear about the latest innovations shaping the sustainable finance market, from the rise of sustainability...

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The sustainability-linked loan is another product making rapid inroads into the sustainable finance landscape...

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Institutional investors are now turning their attention to social bonds as a way of integrating social...

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The global shipping industry is making waves as it quickly approaches the turning point of a new decade...

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The EU taxonomy for sustainable activities is a major step towards mobilising capital behind the Paris Agreement and UN SDGs says Trevor Allen, Sustainability Analyst at BNP Paribas Global Markets

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ClimateSeed CEO explains how the carbon-offsetting platform connects businesses with sustainable projects, enabling them to reduce their carbon footprint...

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Environmental Finance talks to Head of Sustainable Capital Markets Agnès Gourc about the rise of sustainability bonds – and where the market goes next...

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Sydney Airport has closed a landmark sustainability-linked loan, a first for Australia and, at A$1.4bn, the largest in Asia Pacific. With BNP Paribas and ANZ acting as joint bookrunners and sustainability...

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What's a 'green' financial product? The European Commission's TEG has proposed a classification system for environmentally friendly activities and a standard for green bonds.

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