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The overall objective of the assignment is to support establishment of the green bonds market in Ukraine through elaboration of the recommendations on the Green Bonds Standard (GBS), revision of the Concept and the Action Plan, and estimation of the volumes of the green bond market. (...) Adoption of road maps for the introduction of the green bonds market is a common practice worldwide. Governments and central banks use them as a benchmark when developing the strategies and approaches to building a green bond market and attracting green finance. (...) Scope and Objective of the EU Green Bond Standard 10 The European Green Bond Standard (EU GBS) is a voluntary, non-legislative Standard to enhance the effectiveness, transparency, comparability and credibility of the green bond market and to encourage the market participants to issue and invest in EU green bonds.3 2.
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Score: 1438070.1 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...evelopment%20for%20Ukraine.pdf
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It comprises an overview of how these bonds impact the way the market perceives sustainability and what attracts different stakeholders to the labelled bond market. (...) Mike is a member of the Association of Metropolitan Water Agencies Sustainability Committee, Climate Bonds Water Criteria Industry Working Group, California State Treasurer Green Bond Market Development Committee, and the Nasdaq Sustainable Bond Network. The Climate Bonds Initiative is an investor-focused not-for-profit international organisation working to mobilise the $100 trillion bond market for climate change solutions.
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Score: 1419419.2 - https://www.undrr.org/media/83484/download
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The secondary market trading in muni bonds occurs with inadequate transparency and so investors often pay too much for bonds Example: Investors cannot observe dealer market and thus cannot know market prices. (...) EXPERIENCE: MUNICIPAL PROBLEM Municipal bond market is inefficient in several ways. The small, heterogeneous issues reduce liquidity. There are high costs for underwriting as well as for secondary market trading in OTC markets. (See Dodd 2005). The tax-exempt program creates further inefficiencies by making bonds attractive to only high-net wealth individuals with US tax liabilities.
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Score: 1417175.3 - https://www.un.org/esa/sustdev...egm2007/presentations/dodd.pdf
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“Leveraging innovative and sustainable financing instruments is one of the answers to our massive financing challenge,” the Resident Coordinator said. “The market’s appetite for sustainable finance instruments such as bonds is well-established, with the green, social, and sustainability bond market surpassing USD 1 trillion in 2021 alone.” (...) Over the last few years, innovative financing instruments have been developed in the market in order to accelerate the achievement of SDGs, and one of them is SDG Bond,” he said. (...) The issuance of SDG Bonds—and similar bonds, such as green bonds and sustainability bonds—is crucial in keeping up with recent developments in capital market trends.
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Score: 1413053.6 - https://www.undp.org/indonesia/blog/sdgbondsjune
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Unlocking the potential for sovereign GSS bonds in Africa can only be achieved by clarifying market expectations and overcoming the knowledge gap. (...) These DMOs saw strong potential benefits of tapping the GSS bond market to diversify the investor base, signal a commitment to sustainability, build a local market to motivate private sector issuers, and attract international investors. (...) The panelists also discussed new market trends such as the inflation-linked green bond issuance from France and the Colombia local currency twin green bond issuance.
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Score: 1412874.7 - https://www.uneca.org/node/5862
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Unlocking the potential for sovereign GSS bonds in Africa can only be achieved by clarifying market expectations and overcoming the knowledge gap. (...) These DMOs saw strong potential benefits of tapping the GSS bond market to diversify the investor base, signal a commitment to sustainability, build a local market to motivate private sector issuers, and attract international investors. (...) The panelists also discussed new market trends such as the inflation-linked green bond issuance from France and the Colombia local currency twin green bond issuance.
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Score: 1412874.7 - https://www.uneca.org/fr/node/5862
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Unlocking the potential for sovereign GSS bonds in Africa can only be achieved by clarifying market expectations and overcoming the knowledge gap. (...) These DMOs saw strong potential benefits of tapping the GSS bond market to diversify the investor base, signal a commitment to sustainability, build a local market to motivate private sector issuers, and attract international investors. (...) The panelists also discussed new market trends such as the inflation-linked green bond issuance from France and the Colombia local currency twin green bond issuance.
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Score: 1412874.7 - https://www.uneca.org/stories/...vereign-green%2C-social%2C-and
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In emerging markets, green, social and sustainability bonds issued were valued at about $57 billion, with the green bonds market accounting for about 80 per cent. (...) First, Africa’s engagement in bond capital markets is fairly weak—both in developing domestic markets and in issuing bonds in interna- tional capital markets. (...) Bonds have been issued on the China Interbank Bond Market and the Shanghai and Shenzhen stock exchanges .
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Score: 1411842.7 - https://www.uneca.org/sites/de...0DEVELOPMENT%20IN%20AFRICA.pdf
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Water is expected to be a key investment area for green bonds as the market grows. In the United States alone there will be an estimated $300 billion to $1 trillion invested in clean water infrastructure by 2030. (...) Drivers:  Climate relevance is not always clear for some investment areas, particularly complex areas such as water.  Water infrastructure projects may perpetuate high water consumption or poor water management rather than alleviate climate-related impacts.  Clear definitions and guidelines needed to build a long term credible green bonds market at scale.  Need to ensure impact is achieved. (...) There have also been examples of criteria for water green bonds that have served as a resource to help guide the market in its early developments (e.g.
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Score: 1410452.9 - https://www.un.org/waterforlif...f/Justine_LeighBell_CaseBM.pdf
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The impact bond market remains small at about US$370 million, according to research by Brookings. (...) There are heavy transaction costs associated with designing each impact bond contract, and the market is highly fragmented. (...) These initiatives could help provide important market signals and help create  a pipeline of next generation impact bonds.
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Score: 1407061.4 - https://www.undp.org/blog/navi...ities-social-impact-bonds-sdgs
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