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Green bond investments

Green bond investments

Investments in bonds issued by other companies and organisations with the purpose of raising funds for environmentally sustainable projects

Aggregate amount on 20 April 2018: EUR 302 million

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Date: 17 Apr 2018
Maturity: 5 years
Issuer: Jernhusen AB
Issue size: SEK 1,500 million
Arranging banks: SHB
Green bond
framework:
Second opinion by Sustainalytics
Use of proceeds: For projects that promote environmental improvements.             

 

Date: 30 Nov 2017
Maturity: 6 years
Issuer: City of Malmö
Issue size: SEK 1,300 million
Arranging banks: SHB
Green bond framework: Second opinion by Sustainalytics
Use of proceeds: For clean transport, climate change adaptation, energy efficiency and renewable energy projects.

 

Date: 22 Nov 2017
Maturity: 5 years
Issuer: Municipality of Östersund (Sweden)
Issue size: SEK 800 million
Arranging banks: SEB
Green bond framework: Second opinion by Cicero
Use of proceeds: For renewable energy, energy efficiency, transport, waste management and wastewater treatment projects.

 

Date: 16 Nov 2017
Maturity: 12 years
Issuer: Ørstedt A/S (Denmark)
Issue size: EUR 750 million
Arranging banks: SEB, BNPP, DB, Rabobank
Green bond framework: Second opinion by Cicero
Use of proceeds: For renewable energy production, such as offshore wind farms, bioenergy, energy storage and smart grids.

 

Date: 16 Nov 2017
Maturity: 10 years
Issuer: Fingrid Oyj (Finland)
Issue size: EUR 100 million
Arranging banks: SEB, ING
Green bond framework: Second opinion by Cicero
Use of proceeds: For projects facilitating the transition to low-carbon and climate-resilient growth and a sustainable economy.

 

Date: 21 Sep 2017
Maturity: 6 years
Issuer: Eidsiva Energi AS (Norway)
Issue size: NOK 750 million
Arranging banks: SEB
Green bond framework: Second opinion by Cicero
Use of proceeds: For renewable energy and energy efficiency projects, including wind power, district heating and smart grids.

 

Date: 14 Jul 2017
Maturity: 10 years
Issuer: Lietuvos Energija UAB (Lithuania)
Issue size: EUR 300 million
Arranging banks: SEB, BNP Paribas
Green bond framework: Second opinion by Cicero
Use of proceeds:  For projects facilitating the transition to low-carbon and climate-resilient growth and a sustainable economy.

 

Date: 18 Apr 2017
Maturity: 6 years
Issuer: Lyse AS (Norway)
Issue size: NOK 500 million
Arranging banks: SEB
Green bond framework: Second opinion by Cicero
Use of proceeds:  For projects that target the mitigation of climate change, including investments in low-carbon and clean technologies, such as renewable energy programmes and energy efficiency.

 

Date: 20 Mar 2017
Maturity: 7 years
Issuer: Entra ASA (Norway)
Issue size: NOK 1,500 million
Arranging banks: DNB, SEB, Swedbank
Green bond framework: Second opinion by Cicero
Use of proceeds: 

For existing properties, new projects and major renovation
projects with with a minimum BREEAM certification of "excellent".

 

Date: 15 Nov 2016
Maturity: 5.25 years
Issuer: Rikshem AB (Sweden)
Issue size: SEK 500 million
Arranging banks: Svenska Handelsbanken
Green bond framework: Second opinion by Cicero
Use of proceeds:  For projects in energy efficiency in existing buildings and new wooden buildings.

 

Date: 17 Oct 2016
Maturity: 5 years
Issuer: Skåne County Council (Sweden)
Issue size: SEK 775 million
Arranging banks: SEB
Green bond framework: Second opinion by Cicero
Use of proceeds:  For projects in conformity with the green bond framework of the county council.

 

Date: 29 Sep 2016
Maturity: 5 years
Issuer: Örebro, Municipality of (Sweden)
Issue size: SEK 500 million
Arranging banks: SEB

Green bond framework:

Second opinion by Cicero

Use of proceeds:  

For projects in renewable energy, energy efficiency,
sustainable public transport, waste and water management
and sustainable buildings.

 

Date: 16 Sep 2016
Maturity: 7 years
Issuer: Entra ASA (Norway)
Issue size: NOK 1,000 million
Arranging banks: Swedbank, SEB
Green bond framework: Second opinion by Cicero
Use of proceeds:  For existing properties, new projects and major renovation
projects with with a minimum BREEAM certification of "excellent".

 

Date: 16 Jun 2016
Maturity: 5 years
Issuer: SBAB Bank AB (publ.) (Sweden)
Issue size: SEK 1,000 million
Arranging banks: SEB
Green bond framework: Second opinion by Cicero
Use of proceeds:

For housing projects in Sweden meeting a set of criteria
for energy savings.

 

Date: 8 Jun 2016
Maturity: 6 years
Issuer: Gothenburg, City of (Sweden)
Issue size: SEK 1,000 million
Arranging banks: Svenska Handelsbanken, SEB
Green bond framework: Second opinion by Cicero. Green bond assessment by Moody’s
Use of proceeds:  For projects promoting transition to low carbon and climate resilient growth in line with the city's environmental programme and climate strategy.

 

Date: 30 May 2016
Maturity: 5 years
Issuer: Södra Skogsägarna Ekonomisk Förening (Sweden)
Issue size: SEK 1,000 million
Arranging banks: SEB
Green bond framework: Second opinion by Cicero
Use of proceeds: For projects promoting transition to low carbon and climate resilient growth.

 

Date: 27 May 2016
Maturity: 5 years
Issuer: Hemsö Fastighets AB (publ.) (Sweden)
Issue size: SEK 1,000 million
Arranging banks: Svenska Handelsbanken, Danske Bank
Green bond framework: Second opinion by Sustainalytics
Use of proceeds: Development, environmental upgrading, energy efficiency of real estate assets and social investments.


 

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