BlackRock to promote climate bonds in impact investment drive

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World's largest asset manager signs up to Climate Bonds Initiative in bid to promote green bonds

BlackRock, the world's largest asset manager, has become the latest partner in a global initiative to promote the growing market for green bonds. The investor giant, which manages $4.5tr of assets worldwide,...

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