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Supporting Eurocell to produce sustainable building materials

Eurocell plc, founded in 1974, is a leading manufacturer, recycler and distributor of innovative window, door and roofline PVC products. Headquartered in Derbyshire, the company operates a nationwide network of more than 219 branches, supplying a range of PVC-U roofline, conservatory roof, window trim and door products, as well as the fixings, sealants and tools required for building plastics projects.

Geoquip charts a course for growth with $40m funding package

Based in Bristol and Zurich, Geoquip Marine is a key provider of offshore geotechnical solutions, offering end-to-end geotechnical investigation services that are a critical element for the design of offshore windfarms and infrastructure projects.

Building the infrastructure for renewables

Harmony Energy Income Trust plc (the “Company”) is an investment company that invests in commercial-scale energy storage and renewable energy generation projects, with an initial focus on a diversified portfolio of battery energy storage systems (BESS) located in Great Britain.

Investor support for Stedin’s Green Bond

Stedin Group, headquartered in Rotterdam, delivers energy to more than 2.2 million private and business customers across the Netherlands through its electricity and gas grid managers Stedin and Enduris.

Ørsted powers up euro market with green dual-tranche bond

Headquartered in Denmark, Ørsted develops, constructs, and operates offshore and onshore wind farms, solar farms, energy storage facilities, renewable hydrogen and green fuels facilities, and bioenergy plants. Moreover, Ørsted provides pioneering energy products to its customers around the world.

SUEZ’s debut green benchmark

A major player in environmental services, SUEZ supports local authorities and industry worldwide in managing essential services around water and waste. The French group is committed to optimising resource use by exploiting the full potential of new and digital technologies, recycling, recovering value, producing secondary raw materials and alternative resources, and helping its customers in the transition to a circular economy.

Jigsaw’s debut sustainability bond to help cut emissions

Jigsaw Homes owns and manages approximately 35,000 homes across the North-West, and East Midlands. The housing association, one of the largest in England, focuses on building, renovating, and managing affordable housing for rent and sale, with 82% of its turnover coming from social housing lettings. Having completed more than 3,000 new homes in five years up to March 2021, Jigsaw is aiming to build another 4,000 homes over the next five years.

IADB’s successful return to Sterling market with £500m Bond

The Inter-American Development Bank (IADB) is the leading source of development finance for Latin America and the Caribbean. Dating back to 1959, the IADB provides loans, grants and technical assistance for countries seeking to reduce poverty and inequality by improving health services, education and infrastructure. 

CEB’s $1bn Social Inclusion Bond to help Ukrainian refugees

The Council of Europe Development Bank (CEB) is a multilateral development bank with an exclusively social mandate. Through the provision of financing and technical expertise for projects with a high social impact in its member states, the CEB actively promotes social cohesion and strengthens social integration in Europe.

Financing package to support REISS’ growth ambitions

Founded in 1971, REISS is a premium clothing retailer that operates in the UK and internationally, offering premium menswear, womenswear and childrenswear as well as accessories. Since opening its first store in Bishopsgate in London’s City, REISS has expanded into new markets, today operating 135 stores in 15 countries and continually building out its online sales platform.

Helping CityFibre build Britain's full-fibre future

CityFibre is the UK’s largest independent full-fibre infrastructure platform. The London-based company provides carrier-neutral digital infrastructure to its wholesale customers, enabling ultra-fast, reliable broadband, ethernet and 5G services to serve homes, businesses, schools, hospitals and GPs surgeries across the UK.

Demand soars for CADES’s fifth Social Bond in 2022

In 1996, the French government set-up the Caisse d’Amortissement de la Dette Sociale (CADES) with the aim to amortise French social debt by issuing debt securities on international financial markets in a diverse range of currencies. 

TenneT powers market with record Green bond

As the first cross-border transmission system operator (TSO), TenneT provides a secure supply of electricity to more than 42 million end-users in the Netherlands and in a large part of Germany through its 24,000km of high-voltage connections.

Investors welcome ING back in EUR Green bond market

ING, headquartered in Amsterdam, is a global bank with a strong European base. Its 57,000 employees serve over 39 million customers, corporate clients and financial institutions in over 40 countries.

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