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  • EIB: spearheading the rollout of Ibor replacements

    EIB: spearheading the rollout of Ibor replacements

    When investors are presented with a new financial instrument, their instinct is generally to focus on pricing, relative value and liquidity. This is a natural response, especially in a low yield environment in which every basis point counts.

  • European Securitization Regulation: what’s next for CLOs?

    European Securitization Regulation: what’s next for CLOs?

    By Tom Ahern. The European Securitization Regulation became applicable from January 1, 2019. It has a number of goals, including consolidating and recasting existing European regulations, establishing a framework for Simple, Transparent and Standardised securitization and introducing new transparency and disclosure requirements.

  • Protecting the heart and lungs of the planet

    Protecting the heart and lungs of the planet

    One year after the launch of the Clean Oceans Initiative, the European Investment Bank wants to use its success in tackling plastic pollution as a springboard to safeguard the wider blue economy.

  • Spearheading alignment with the Paris Agreement

    Spearheading alignment with the Paris Agreement

    With its push to embrace its role as the European Union’s climate bank, the European Investment Bank is set to play a key part in the alliance of multilateral development banks committed to fight climate change.

  • Towards a decarbonised future

    Towards a decarbonised future

    The European Investment Bank has set out a strategy for lending that will support the EU’s goal of decarbonising the economy by financing investments that cut emissions, combat climate change and support alternatives to fossil fuels.

  • Market on the move: taking the pulse of the global securitization industry

    The securitization market has come a long way since the financial crisis. In a low interest rate world, capital markets have been an attractive source of funds for companies, who can cut their cost of funds compared to issuing corporate debt while still offering yield hungry bond buyers relatively high returns.

  • A New Era for the Chinese Bond Market

    In 2018, Chinese GDP grew 6.6% to reach a total of Rmb90 trillion ($13.4 trillion). It now accounts for 15.8% of global GDP. At the micro level, 16,500 companies are founded every day in China, and nearly 250,000 people take high-speed railway every hour.

  • Sustainable finance: moving towards a common language

    Since the issuance of a pioneering Climate Awareness Bond (CAB) by the European Investment Bank (EIB) in 2007, the global Green Bond market has expanded at an impressive pace, with total issuance passing the $500bn mark in the third quarter of 2018.

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