Shinhan Bank goes for green with debut euro bond

By David Freitas
08 Oct 2019

South Korea's Shinhan Bank has taken its first step into the euro bond market, raising €500m of green funding on the back of €650m of demand.

Shinhan Bank announced the sale of a five year senior bond in green format on Tuesday morning, with the deal expected to rated at Aa3/A+/A.

The South Korean bank, one of the country’s big four, chose BNP Paribas, Crédit Agricole, Credit Suisse, HSBC and ...

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