Portugal looking at green bonds ‘inevitable’ says DMO chief

By Burhan Khadbai
09 Jan 2020

Portugal will likely examine the issuance of green bonds following the re-election in October of the country’s socialist party who are focused on sustainability, according to the head of the Portuguese debt management office.

“I think it is inevitable that we will look at issuing green bonds,” Cristina Casalinho, chair and chief executive officer of the Portuguese Treasury and Debt Management Agency told GlobalCapital. “The decision very much comes from the government. We have a new government that took office recently and ...

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