The Hong Kong government plans to issue green bonds in different currencies and tenors as it looks to make the city a sustainable finance hub. Photo: AP Photo
The Hong Kong government plans to issue green bonds in different currencies and tenors as it looks to make the city a sustainable finance hub. Photo: AP Photo
Green bonds

Hong Kong government keen on public to take part in US$22.5 billion green bond issuance programme

  • Hong Kong government plans to issue HK$175.5 billion (US$22.5 billion) worth of green bonds in a bid to make city a hub for sustainable finance, says Paul Chan
  • Some of the bond issuances will be open to the general public to allow them ‘to reap the benefits’ of sustainable development

The Hong Kong government plans to issue green bonds in different currencies and tenors as it looks to make the city a sustainable finance hub. Photo: AP Photo
The Hong Kong government plans to issue green bonds in different currencies and tenors as it looks to make the city a sustainable finance hub. Photo: AP Photo
READ FULL ARTICLE