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Landshypotek readies ‘dark green’ Swedish, forestry first

Posted on 24 April 2018

Landshypotek Bank is preparing to issue the first green covered bond from Sweden, a Swedish krona debut set to be backed by and finance forestry loans, thereby targeting “a very important part” of tackling CO2 emissions, its chief sustainability officer told The CBR...

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