The National Securities Commission of Argentina (CNV) has issued a resolution with the Guidelines for the Issuance of Social, Green and Sustainable Bonds in Argentina
03/25/2019 Since 2 years
The Guidelines for Argentina were elaborated according to internationally accepted standards such as the Green Bond Principles, the Social Bond Principles and the Sustainable Bonds Guidelines elaborated by the International Capital Markets Association (ICMA), as well as the International Climate Bonds Standard developed by the Climate Bonds Initiative (CBI).
The purpose of this new regulatory framework is to promote sustainable investments in Argentina’s capital market through social, environmental and sustainable projects.
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