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ESG Debt Investors Face Confusion Over Trigger Event for Payment


AFII raises questions around KPI decision for Nobian’s SLB

AFII raises question marks over how SLB issuer met carbon targets


After Dutch chemicals firm Nobian meets an SLB target it was expected to miss, think tank AFII asks what accounted for the drop in emissions.

Pain For ESG Investors


Since Hindenburg Research published its report on January 24, investors have responded to its allegations of fraud and market manipulation by selling Adani shares.

Growing pains for SLB market as coupon step-ups loom


The sustainability-linked bond market is facing a significant moment as a host of issuers look like they may miss ESG targets

BlackRock-led investors in Aramco pipelines get ratings ahead of debt sales


The issuing entity name "GreenSaif" raises some questions in terms of linguistics

Has the airline industry finally embraced sustainability?


Air France-KLM's sustainability-linked bond is a step towards transparent transition, but the industry still has its head in the sand.

Analysis: ECB can cut carbon footprint by shedding bonds of biggest polluters


The European Central Bank could radically cut the carbon footprint of its corporate bond portfolio by selling just 50 billion euros

Singaporean Sembcorp votes to sell Indian coal business


The Anthropocene Fixed Income Institute, a climate focused non-profit, called the deal “carbon footprint arbitrage”