SFIL Group has successfully launched its first transaction of the year. It was issued under covered bond format by CAFFIL with a maturity of 10 years and an issuance volume of EUR 1.5 billion. In the context of low levels of activity in the primary market for covered bonds, the anticipation of negative net supply for the market in 2021, and the accommodating ECB policy, CAFFIL has been able to benefit from a favourable dynamic, both in terms of order book volume and issue price.Read more
The biggest issuer of green bonds in Sweden is now moving into social debt, a shift that may give the securities a stronger Nordic foothold. Kommuninvest I Sverige AB, which sells AAA-rated debt on behalf of Sweden’s local governments, started lending money to projects that will ultimately back social bonds. Issuance will start once the portfolio is big enough, Bjorn Bergstrand, the head of sustainability at the lender, said in an interview.Read more
KBN took advantage of an early funding window in the new year and managed to engage investors in a record size benchmark at a record low spreads vs. US Treasury.
NRW.BANK has further developed its Sustainability Guidelines with effect from January 1, 2021. By doing so, the promotional bank for North Rhine-Westphalia and the State of NRW reaffirm their commitment to the goals of the Paris Agreement. Companies in NRW benefit from particularly favourable conditions to fund their sustainable projects.Read more
„When we decided to develop our company to be able to enter the foreign market, we turned to CIB Bank for funding. They suggested that we should apply for a loan from EXIM. Indeed, no matter how many different financial options we took into account, EXIM’s offer always proved to be the most favourable in the end” – said Péter Kovács, executive director of Funkció Ltd. in a report published in the latest issue of the journal, Hungarian Agriculture.Read more
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