KfW to ramp up green bond supply

KfW aims to boost its issuance of green bonds after updating its programme to include funding for energy efficiency projects, in addition to the renewable energy sector in Germany.

  • By Burhan Khadbai
  • 13 May 2019

“It is our aim to increase the issuance volume of our green bonds and to size them closer to the size of our conventional benchmarks,” said Petra Wehlert, head of capital markets at KfW.  

“Our aim is to issue €5bn to €6bn in 2019, but on this we depend ...

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