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The senior 10-year notes carry a 1.5% coupon.
US insurer MetLife backs the firm’s drive for sustainability as sole investor in the privately placed issue.
Ivanhoé Cambridge and Natixis Assurances obtain Europe’s first Climate Bond Certified label for a €480m debt facility to fund the development of the DUO towers.
Lloyds Bank has signed the first development finance deal under its green lending initiative, providing a £39.9 million (€45.3 million) loan to BlackRock Real Estate.
Lloyds Bank has chosen the UK pub industry for the latest loan to be issued through its Green Lending Initiative, which grants reduced pricing for loans to assets that hit agreed sustainability criteria.
German bank Deutsche Hypo has placed its first ‘green’ Pfandbrief, raising €500 million through the issue of a six-year bond with a coupon of 0.125 percent.
Berlin Hyp has issued its second unsecured ‘green’ Pfandbrief, representing the German bank’s fourth green bond issue since 2015, with a total volume of €2 billion.
Lloyds Bank has written a £61 million (€67 million) loan for a Birmingham office building through its Green Lending Initiative.
Legal & General Investment Management has provided a three-year property loan, hinting at an increased appetite from the insurer to provide loan terms more typically associated with banks.
Berlin Hyp has issued its second ‘green’ Pfandbrief, representing the German bank’s third green bond issue since 2015.
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