NRW.BANK expands its range of instruments in the sustainability bond segment and is the first German promotional bank to issue a EUR 1 billion social bond. The NRW.BANK.Social Bond will be used to refinance promotional projects in North Rhine-Westphalia that have a positive impact on society and serve, for instance, to secure and create jobs. The new bond was more than three times oversubscribed.Read more
Together with seven other Dutch financial institutions, NWB Bank has published a paper on the relationship between biodiversity and the financial sector. In the paper, we describe our approach to curb the loss of biodiversity.Read more
On Tuesday 23rd June 2020, MuniFin (Aa1/AA+) priced a new USD 1 billion long 3-year fixed rate RegS/144A bond; jointly lead managed by Deutsche Bank, JP Morgan, RBC Capital Markets and TD Securities. This marks the tightest Agency 3-year USD benchmark issued since the pandemic started.Read more
Kommuninvest has revised its funding forecast for 2020. The need for long-term funding, with maturities longer than one year, is expected to be approximately SEK 150-160 billion. This is lower than the previous forecast of SEK 150 to 170 billion. The new forecast is built on expected renewal of maturing loans, new lending, customer demand regarding different maturities as well as the size and financing of the liquidity reserve at the end of the year.Read more
This edition of TXF Global, initially scheduled for Madrid, took place from June 2 to 5 in virtual format due to sanitary conditions. 1,600 export credit professionals worldwide attended the pre-recorded conferences and round tables remotely, with the possibility of exchanging via a question and answer session on the event website Philippe Mills’ intervention focused on the theme “Financial markets in the present crisis, the Central Banks intervention and their impact on the crisis management”. Philippe Mills is interviewed by Anne Crépin, Deputy Export Credit Director of SFIL.Read more
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