KommuneKredit has issued green bonds in the amount of EUR 500 million with a term to maturity of 20 years. It is the third time that the credit association issues green bonds. KommuneKredit has approved approx. DKK 20 billion in green loans to sustainable projects in Danish local communities. The bonds are purchased by investors from all over the world.Read more
SFIL Group has successfully launched its first green bond under covered bond format issued by CAFFIL. The transaction has a maturity of 10 years for an amount of EUR 750 m. This is the first green bond transaction exclusively dedicated to the financing of green investments by French local authorities. It is also the first ever green public sector covered bond issued at European level.Read more
Increasing the role of the financial instruments during the new program period 2021-2027 and the business development of the European Investment Fund are among the leading topics of the meeting of EIF’s financial institutions shareholder’s group, which takes place on 24th and 25th October in Sofia hosted by Bulgarian Development Bank.Read more
Micro financing institution JOBS, part of the BDB Group, signed its first guarantee agreement with the European Investment Fund (EIF) for support of the small and medium-sized business in Bulgaria. under the European Commission’s Program for Employment and Social Innovation (“EaSI”). The purpose of the program is to support non-banking financial institutions dedicated to sector of smaller entrepreneurs in Bulgaria. The aim is to improve their access to financial services and to support the job creation and local economic development.Read more
On Thursday 17th October 2019, Kommunalbanken Norway (KBN) rated Aaa (Moody’s) / AAA (S&P), launched and priced a new 10 year Euro benchmark with a reoffer spread of MS+7bps, which equated to 48.6bps over the DBR 0% August 2029 reference bund. The transaction priced with a 0.05% annual coupon, a re-offer price of 99.562% and 0.094% re-offer yield.Read more
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