Vigeo Eiris provides a Second Party Opinion (SPO) on the sustainability of Arkema’s Green Bond Framework
The net proceeds of the Bond will exclusively finance or refinance, in part or in full, one Eligible Project, namely Biosourced monomer and polymer production. The Eligible Project is clearly defined in Arkema’s Green Bond Framework. The Project is intended to contribute to one environmental objective (Climate Change Mitigation) and is considered to provide clear associated Environmental benefits.
Vigeo Eiris provides Second Party Opinion on the alignment of the Sustainability Linked-Loan agreed upon by Colombina and BBVA Colombia
The 45 million COP intended Loan, was closed in September 2020. In this operation, the interest rate applicable for this credit is linked to the evolution of an environmental indicator, in this case, the reduction of the company's carbon footprint, until 2025.
Transition Finance represents the need for brown sectors to shift towards a more sustainable business model and to make long-term changes. It embraces a wide range of environmental and social goals typically embodied by the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
Vigeo Eiris provides a Second Party Opinion on the sustainability credentials and management of Tokyu Corporation’s Sustainability Bond Framework.
The 100-million-yen Sustainability Bond, to be issued in 2020, will refinance the construction and renovation of trains and their infrastructure, green buildings, and the development of satellite offices that provide diverse working conditions.
Vigeo Eiris provides Second Party Opinion on the Arab Republic of Egypt’s Sovereign Green Financing Framework
Egypt’s Green financing instruments will finance projects in six green eligible categories: renewable energy, energy efficiency, clean transportation, pollution prevention and control, climate adaptation, and sustainable water and wastewater management
Vigeo Eiris provides a Second Party Opinion (SPO) on the sustainability of the Caisse d’Amortissement de la Dette Sociale (CADES) Social Bonds Framework
The net proceeds of the Bonds, part of a Social Bond program launched in the second half of 2020, will exclusively finance or refinance, in whole or in part, the deficits of the various branches and regimes of the French Social Security system. Two laws voted by French Parliament will transfer €136 billion of social debt to CADES and extend its lifespan to 2033. The target program of an additional €20 billion bond issues is set to be issued before the end of 2020 and €40 billion considered for 2021.