Sovereign social bond

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Social bonds.

A social bond issued by a state or similar body.

In 2020 the Republic of Ecuador issued the first ever sovereign social bond of USD400 million partially supported by a credit guarantee from the Inter-American Development Bank.

The proceeds from the issuance were earmarked for housing loans with social and public interest for medium or low-income families.

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