Barclays 2015 the cost of being green us credit focus

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BIS Quarterly Review, September 2017 103 Moody’s Investors Service (2015): “Environmental risks – heat map shows wide variations in credit impact across sectors”, September. ——— (2016a): Green Bonds Assessment (GBA) , March. ——— (2016b): “Moody’s to analyse carbon transition risk based on emissions reduction scenario consistent with Paris agreement”, June. Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (2016): “Mobilising bond markets for a low-carbon transition”, Green finance and investment , April. People’s Bank of China (2015): “Announcement No. 39,” December. Pereira da Silva, L (2017): “Green finance: can it help combat climate change?”, remarks at the Global Public Investor Symposium on “Green bond issuance and other forms of low-carbon finance”, Frankfurt am Main, 13 July, organised by the BIS, OMFIF, the Deutsche Bundesbank and the World Bank Group.
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  • Fall '15
  • Wei WANG
  • Finance, BIS Quarterly Review, green bonds, green bond, Green Bond Principles

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