Argentina issues It’s first private sector
U$S 100 million Green Bond
03/23/2018 Since 3 years

Banco Galicia has announced the issuance of a green bond to raise $ 100 million dollars in order to expand its loan program for environmental efficiency projects. This is the first green bond issued by a private financial institution in Argentina. The bond will be subscribed by the International Finance Corporation (IFC), a World Bank Group’s institution that has been at the forefront in supporting the development of green bonds in emerging markets.

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