According to the Bank’s website, International Finance Corporation (“IFC”) is considering an investment in a green bond (“Bond”) of up to US$250 million to be issued by Bank of the Philippine Islands (“BPI”). The Bond is aligned with International Capital Market Association’s (ICMA) Green Bond Principles (GBP). This issuance will be the third green bond to be issued by BPI.
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Bank of the Philippine Islands
Jose Esteban J. Salvan
Ground Floor, Ayala North Exchange Ayala Avenue. corner Amorsolo and Salcedo Streets, Makati, 1200 Metro Manila
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