The Climate Bonds Initiative Welcomes Thomson Reuters as a Climate Bonds Partner

Working together to provide data and insight that supports rapid growth in the green bond market

The Climate Bonds Partner family continues to grow!

We’re very pleased to share that Thomson Reuters, a world-leading source of intelligence information for businesses and professionals, has agreed to become a Climate Bonds Partner. They join leading asset owners, manager and NGOs who are already partners. 


Ian Brocklehurst, Head of Content Management at Thomson Reuters, said:

“We are delighted to join the Climate Bonds Initiative to help facilitate transparency in the green climate bond market for our clients and investors. Thomson Reuters is focused on working with clients and other providers to deliver climate change solutions that make a difference and facilitate global business.”

Sean Kidney, CEO of the Climate Bonds Initiative, said:

“Thomson Reuters provides a wide range of news, information and data services in every market in the world. They have made explicit their commitment to objective and precise information provision on everything from the scientific community’s call for urgent and massive action on greenhouse gas pollutants to the development of financial markets that help address that call for action.”

“We are privileged to have the opportunity to work with them as a Climate Bonds Partner.”

Other recent partners joining us include BlackRock, the world’s largest asset manager with $4.7 trillion of assets under management, and Allianz Global Investors. A full list of Partner organisations can be found here.

For those of you yet to join the party, you can find out more on how to become a Partner here or pop us an email.