Policy and Regulation

Regulatory Briefing: European Parliament toughens up green bond standards

The European Parliament has tightened the proposed EU green bond standard (EUGBS) rules in a move that is nonetheless being seen as a compromise. The new proposal, agreed by MEPs in the Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs on Monday, included added requirements to weed out ‘brown companies’ and extra ...

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