sustainability-linked loans

Investors and companies paying attention to ESG  because of climate change - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Environmental, Social and Governance

Investors and companies paying attention to ESG because of climate change

Investors and companies are paying attention to ESG on the back of climate change, and cost avoidance with green assets
Do banks have a coherent money-making strategy when it comes to sustainability?  - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Banking & finance

Do banks have a coherent money-making strategy when it comes to sustainability?

Banks are assessing risks and opportunities of the impact of climate change on companies and economies.
Ascendas India Trust secures first $100 mil sustainability-linked loan - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Green loans

Ascendas India Trust secures first $100 mil sustainability-linked loan

The Trust is entitled to a reduction in its interest rate when predetermined sustainability performance targets are met.
Wilmar obtains second sustainability-linked loan from OCBC totalling US$150 mil - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Sustainability

Wilmar obtains second sustainability-linked loan from OCBC totalling US$150 mil

The interest rate will be reduced on a tiered basis if Wilmar achieves a set of pre-determined targets.
UIC secures its first green and sustainability-linked loans of $300 mil - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Green loans

UIC secures its first green and sustainability-linked loans of $300 mil

The green and sustainability-linked loans are extended on a 50-50 basis by both UOB and DBS Bank.

Commentary

Green is good, but good takes more than green

SINGAPORE (June 3): The hen farm at Lim Chu Kang is like most others — noisy and an assault on the olfactory system. But in a corner of the farm, a number of large chicken coops can be seen from the road. Here, a fraction of the farm’s hens have relat

Sustainability

Green rush

The pot of ‘do-good’ money is growing quickly. But pockets and patience may not run that deep, so standards are needed to ensure resources are not squandered.

Sustainability

ESG investing faces sustainability test

SINGAPORE (June 3): The hottest acronym in asset management is ESG. Funds that take account of environmental, social and governance factors when deploying capital have sucked up more than US$1 trillion ($1.38 trillion) so far. More of them are becoming ac
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