Madrid scores with SRI bond, coaching others on tactics

The Autonomous Community of Madrid this week made a triumphant second visit to the socially responsible investment (SRI) market as it printed a deal double the size of its debut last year. Further issuance from the borrower — in conventional and SRI format — is likely to come soon, although in private placement (PP) format. But there may be further SRI issuance from some of Madrid’s Spanish peers.

  • By Craig McGlashan
  • 15 Feb 2018

Spanish regional issuers are in discussions with the Madrid funding team in an effort to add their names to the list of Spanish public sector SRI bond issuers.

So far, only Madrid — which sold a sustainable bond this week — and Instituto de Crédito Oficial have printed ...

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