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Growing green bonds could help the environment

Green investment

Dr Ivan Sangiorgi and Dr Lisa Schopohl provided supporting analysis for a newly published report by the Climate Bond Initiative (CBI) - the first Green Bond European Investor Survey, surveying fixed income asset managers to gain understanding on how climate change can be addressed through investment decisions.

The survey suggests that there is a strong appetite for green bonds but a lack of green bond supply to meet investor demand, with investors also reporting to value green credentials.

These findings will have important implications for investors and regulators. Read the full piece here.

Dr Ivan Sangiorgi

Associate Professor of Finance

Dr Lisa Schopohl

Associate Professor of Finance
Published 28 November 2019
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