The Loan Market Association (LMA) to guide banks on how to avoid greenwashing in sustainable loans
01/16/2020 Since 1 year
The loan market’s trade bodies are preparing to provide new guidance about how to ensure sustainability-linked loans are genuinely “ambitious, that is, in which borrowers can get a margin reduction if they hit sustainability targets. Bankers want to protect the market from rising concerns that some deals’ terms are too easy on the borrowers.
By Jon Hay
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