Sustainable finance moves forward in Spain and strengthens its position at the international markets
02/12/2020 Since 12 months
According to OFISO’s annual report in Spain sustainable finance is 18 times bigger in volume than in 2014, when Iberdrola issued its first green bond. The issuance of green, sustainable and social bonds has grown by 762% since that year, and in 2019 it grew 50%, in line with the 49% growth at the global level.
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