Chile returns to London Stock Exchange to list Euro and US dollar green bonds
02/11/2020 Since 12 months
The Republic of Chile has returned to the London market to list new Euro (20 year) and US dollar (12 year) denominated green bonds, which have raised €1.27 billion and $750million, respectively. The bonds are part of the Republic of Chile’s national policy goals on climate change and the environment, and will be admitted to London Stock Exchange’s Sustainable Bond Market.
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