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Green infrastructure covered bond law proposed in Luxembourg

Posted on 11 January 2018


A world-first green covered bond law has been proposed by Luxembourg’s ministry of finance, with the draft bill defining a new product for the financing of renewable energy infrastructure. The move is the latest green finance initiative in the country – whose covered bond market has meanwhile been in decline...

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