London Stock Exchange establishes the Sustainable Bond Market Advisory Group

  • London Stock Exchange announces the establishment of the Sustainable Bond Market Advisory Group 
  • Advisory Group will act as a consultative body for London Stock Exchange on developments in sustainable finance 
  • Follows the recent expansion of London Stock Exchange’s sustainable finance offering including new companies eligible for Green Economy Mark and the launch of sustainability-linked bonds on Sustainable Bond Market  

London Stock Exchange announces the establishment of the Sustainable Bond Market Advisory Group (SBMAG). SBMAG will act as a forum for market participants to provide input on the Exchange’s Sustainable Bond Market, and act as a consultative body on future developments. This initiative is part of London Stock Exchange’s continued commitment to supporting companies and investors seeking to raise capital and manage risk associated with the transition to a low carbon economy.

SBMAG members are invited to participate by London Stock Exchange on the basis of their expertise, and to provide a balanced representation of key market stakeholders such as industry bodies, external reviewers, law firms, underwriters, investors and bond issuers which have shown an active participation in sustainable finance. Membership will be reviewed every two years to ensure an appropriately broad spectrum of market participants.

For a list of members, please visit here.

To find out more about Sustainable Bond Market please contact the team at bonds@lseg.com or contact us on +44 (0)207 797 3921.

 

Disclaimer: The Sustainable Bond Market (SBM) is not a distinct primary market operated by London Stock Exchange. It is a label applied across various segments of London Stock Exchange’s existing primary markets in order to promote visibility of sustainable debt finance instruments.

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