A New Green Bond Standard Is Born

The EU regulation on green bonds has been long in the making. Finally, on 28 February, the European Parliament negotiators, spearheaded by rapporteur Paul Tang and the Swedish EU Presidency, managed to reach a provisional agreement on creating a European Green Bonds Standard. The regulation introduces uniform requirements for issuers of bonds wishing to use the designation ‘European green bond’ (EuGB), aligned with the EU taxonomy and made available to investors globally.

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