When presenting the Budget Bill for 2021, the Swedish Government, together with the Centre Party and the Liberals, launched a proposal for a so-called “risk tax” to be paid by banks and other credit institutions. The proposal is now out for consultation until 13 November. Tomas Werngren, CEO of Kommuninvest, is sharply critical of the fact that the proposal, in its current design, would have very negative effects on the municipal sector.Read more
Kommuninvest today issued SEK 7 billion in a new Green Bond. It is denominated in SEK and matures on 2027-11-26. This was the 11th green transaction and the largest one in SEK. Only the Swedish Government has made a larger green transaction in the SEK market. Investor interest was strong. More than 30 Swedish and international investors participated in the order book, which reached above SEK 9,5 billion. The transaction was priced at 12 basis points above mid-swaps.Read more
The recently completed Suolahti ice hockey arena in Äänekoski is probably the most energy-efficient one in the world. It is a pioneering project in its field, built with green financing from MuniFin. It generates excess energy which is used to heat the nearby school and swimming hall.Read more
Both FALCO Zrt., a leading actor in the Hungarian chipboard and laminate board production industry, and HAMUHÁZA Kft. who produces logs, work mainly for the export markets. Both of them supply dominantly to Central Europe, but this is not their only common feature: both companies are open to professional financial solutions.Read more
On November 12, the first global summit of all Public Development Banks took place during the Paris Peace Forum, an initiative of the World Federation of Development Finance Institutions (WFDFI) and the International Development Finance Club (IDFC) that aims to bring together all actors in global governance and promote their commitment to multilateralism. For this purpose, the summit gathered more than 450 Public Development Banks (PDBs) operating at the local, national regional and international levels. PDBs are public institutions controlled or supported by governments. They have a public mandate and their operations implement countries’ commitments to development and international solidarity, in line with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).Read more
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