The Climate Bonds Initiative, the UNEP-FI and other stakeholder have held the first European Green Securities Steering Committee (EGSCC) meeting, designed to promote the development of the green securities market in Europe.
Foundation participants include 22 (22) European commercial and development banks, investors, rating agencies, NGOs and industry associations including ABN AMRO, Clifford Chance, Glennmont Partners and Obvion.
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