Despite the impact of COVID-19, emerging market green bond issuance totalled $40 billion in 2020
Underpinned by supportive market fundamentals, emerging market green bond issuance is expected to reach $100 billion by 2023
Since 2012, 43 emerging markets have issued green bonds, amounting to $226 billion in issuance
Amundi, leading European asset manager, and IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, today published the third edition of their Emerging Market (EM) Green Bond Report 2020. Amundi and IFC have partnered since 2018 to report on growth drivers in emerging market green bond investments. The report provides an overview of emerging market (EM) green bond developments over the past year and discusses policy and regulatory changes driving issuance.
Agilauto, a division of Crédit Agricole Consumer Finance in France, to offer Fisker Ocean through programs for Crédit Agricole Group employees and into the private banking market.
Amundi announces that it has entered into exclusive negotiations with Société Générale for the acquisition of Lyxor1 for a total cash consideration of €825m, or €755m excluding excess capital2.
With about 190 million adults without a bank account, India has –after China– the second-largest unbanked population in the world (World Bank). The microfinance sector has become a key instrument to fight financial exclusion in the country by providing financial and non-financial services to people excluded from the banking system. The sector has shown spectacular development: it reaches 60 million borrowers, for a total portfolio of 27 billion euros.
Amundi, Europe’s largest asset manager 1 and a pioneer in Responsible Investing, today announces the expansion of its ESG ETF range, with the launch of an additional fixed income fund, the “Amundi Euro Corp 0-1Y ESG - UCITS ETF DR”. Listed on Xetra, the ETF is offered to investors with a competitive ongoing charge (OGC) of 0.08% 2.
Over €450 billion of Amundi assets under management classified article 8&9
Crédit Agricole S.A. informs the public that the French and English versions of its 2020 Universal Registration Document and Annual Financial Report have been registered with the French Financial Market Authority (AMF) on March 24, 2021, under number D.21-0184.
Jean-Pierre Trinelle has been appointed Chief Executive Officer of Crédit Agricole Egypt. He succeeds Pierre Finas, who has taken his retirement. Jean-Pierre Trinelle has also been promoted to the position of Group Senior Country Officer for Egypt, joining Crédit Agricole S.A's Executive Committee on 1 March 2021.
As reasserted in the Group Project, the Crédit Agricole Group's ambition is to become the strategic and preferred partner of medium-sized enterprises (MSEs). With the creation of a dedicated centre of expertise and coordination, the Group is strengthening its organisation in order to provide its MSE customers in France with a coordinated commercial approach, particularly with the regional banks and LCL, based on a products and solutions offering adapted to their needs.
Paris, London, 22 March 2021 - Amundi Real Estate, on behalf of the funds it manages, has acquired "NEOPARK", a Class A office complex located in Warsaw, from property developer Yareal.
CACEIS, the leading European asset servicing group, was selected as provider for Theoreim’s first two Real Estate funds. Theoreim is an independent asset management company specialising in real estate investments and received authorisation from the French Autorité des Marchés Financiers in September 2020.
In 2021, Crédit Agricole Consumer Finance will step up its measures to promote professional equality among its employees. Two flagship measures are implemented: specific support for single-parent families and the wider opening up of programmes dedicated to women's professional development.
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