EU reaches agreement over green bond standard

Countries' flags flying outside the European Parliament in Strasbourg
EU member states and the European parliament will need to give formal approval to the regulation. (Photo: Julien Warnand/Shutterstock)

The proposed European green bond regulation will set out the requirements for issuers of green bonds that are aligned with the EU taxonomy. Any attempt at greenwashing in the EU green bond market should be more difficult, say EU legislators, after the European parliament and EU member states come to ...

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