Sustainable bonds and green economy marks: London Stock Exchange beefs up sustainable investment offerings

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Initiatives aim to support companies with sustainable business models and investors who are increasingly focusing on environmental products and services

Two major new initiatives designed to meet growing demand for sustainable finance products were launched by the London Stock Exchange (LSE) late last week. The Green Economy Mark recognises listed companies...

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