Singapore

“More Singapore firms gain from sustainable investing trend” – Nikkei Asian Review – October 5, 2018

On October 5, 2018 Nikkei Asian Review reported that “(a)s demand for socially responsible investments grows, more Singapore companies are taking advantage of loans that link interest payments to improvements across a range of environmental and social measures. Such deals allow companies to tap a new source of debt financing from investors who prefer to […]

“’Women’s livelihood bond’ to list on SGX” – The Straights Times – July 7, 2017

On July 7, 2017 The Straights Times reported that a new “women’s livelihood bond” would soon list on the Singapore Exchange (SGX).  According to the article, “(t)he US$8 million (S$11 million) bond offers loans to social enterprises and microfinance institutions which, in turn, aim to help more than 385,000 women in Cambodia, the Philippines and […]