Original disclosure @ IFC website
Updated in EWS Nov 25, 2020
Disclosed by Bank Jul 17, 2020
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This project is part of IFC Green Bond Technical Assistance Program or the GB-TAP, a multi-donor funded technical assistance program that aims to create markets for green bonds in the emerging markets by addressing a key market barrier that currently exist between investors, mostly in developed markets, and issuers in developing countries, the latter of which often suffer from a lack of financing for their transition to the low carbon economy. Under this project, IFC creates green bond-related global public goods through training, initiatives to enhance quality of information disclosure from green bond issuers to investors and broader communication activities to share knowledge, promote green bonds and disseminate the Green Bond Principles.
This project has 4 components:
This project will create global public goods to stimulate the supply of green bonds issued by financial
institutions active in the emerging markets. The green bond proceeds will be used to finance green
projects and, thus, contribute to the transition of these countries to the lowcarbon economy
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