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    Nordic issuers update their green bonds impact reporting guide

    11 February 2019

    The Position Paper on Green Bonds Impact Reporting, originally launched in October 2017 by a group of ten Nordic public sector issuers, has been published in an updated version.

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    At least €76 million for residential construction difficult locations

    7 February 2019

    Kajsa Ollongren, Minister of the Interior and Housing, initiated a scheme for residential construction at locations where businesses premises stand vacant or are underused. The Dutch central government and BNG Bank are each reserving €38 million for this purpose.

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    Largest bond order book to date for NWB Bank

    4 February 2019

    NWB Bank has successfully launched its first Social Bond of the year. This time the bank has issued a 10-year €1 billion benchmark Affordable Housing Bond. In total NWB Bank has attracted over €9 billion in Socially Responsible Investments (SRI). The proceeds of the issue of the Affordable Housing Bond will be credited to a special budget account that will support NWB Bank lending for social housing activities.

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    Impressive school building in cross laminated timber

    4 February 2019

    The new Sauland school is the first of its kind in the south east of Norway. A reverent building in cross-laminated timber, with beautiful wooden cladding and smart energy solutions. Hjartdal municipality is the first to use cross-laminated timber in a school building in the Telemark region, and they will now lead the way in the green shift within the construction sector.

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    Bulgarian development bank with a new product to support private farmers

    1 February 2019

    Bulgarian development bank will launch a new product for indirect financing to farmers. The on-lending program will be implemented through mutual agricultural credit cooperatives which will receive and distribute BDB’s lending. Currently there are 26 credit cooperatives in the country, financed mostly by international funds which they in turn provide to farmers. By financing the credit cooperatives , BDB will have the opportunity to improve the access to financial resources for hundreds of farmers and agricultural producers and their small farms in some underbanked and remote regions of the country.

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