COP26 Conversations — Eila Kreivi, EIB’s head of capital markets

Sponsored
COP26Viid5.jpg

As part of a series of interviews on some of the big issues shaping the debate at COP26, GlobalCapital speaks to the EIB, an influential and pioneering force in sustainable finance and the international green bond market, on mobilising finance.

In this interview, Eila Kreivi, EIB’s director and head of capital markets, discusses the importance of the capital markets in the fight against climate change and biodiversity loss, the significance of the EU Taxonomy, the evolving sustainable bond market, and how the bank is supporting the growth and development of green and sustainable bond issuance from developing economies.

More from across the site...

More Content Like This

Oil pumps in the mountains

Oil and gas companies exploit long end amid optimism on transition

Capital markets bankers are alert to the possibility that growing awareness of the need to transition away from fossil fuels — acknowledged explicitly by all signatories to the Paris Agreement for the first time in the COP26 agreement in Glasgow — could begin to sap the bond market access of oil and gas companies.
Glass globe over stock data on computer screen

JPM creates markets sustainability centre under hire from BNP Paribas

ESG talent war arrives in markets businesses
Green_light_Adobe_575x375_170920

Austria and New Zealand prep debut green bonds for 2022

List of sovereign green bond issuers to be expanded with arrival of Austria and New Zealand next year
Panda_575px_adobe_24Sep21

China encourages foreign issuers to sell social, sustainability bonds

Interbank regulator pushes for the development of the ESG-linked Panda bond market
We use cookies to provide a personalized site experience.
By continuing to use & browse the site you agree to our Privacy Policy.
I agree