Sustainable bond

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1. Sustainable finance - International Capital Market Association (ICMA).

Sustainable bonds, as defined broadly by ICMA, include:

  • Green bonds
  • Social bonds
  • Sustainability bonds and
  • Sustainability-linked bonds

World Bank - scope of thematic bonds and sustainable bonds
"For the purposes of this report [thematic bonds] include green, social, sustainability, and sustainability-linked labeled bonds.
Blue bonds are considered a subcategory of green bonds, and gender bonds a subcategory of social bonds.
Thematic bonds are also known as GSS; GSS+; environmental, social, and governance (ESG); or sustainable bonds."
Sovereign green, social and sustainability bonds - The World Bank Group - October 2022 - p2.

2. Sustainable finance.

Defined more narrowly, social bonds, sustainability bonds and sustainability-linked bonds only.

3. Sustainable finance.

More narrowly still, sustainability bonds and sustainability-linked bonds only.

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