Global law and advisory firm Norton Rose Fulbright has announced it is joining the Climate Bonds Partner Program.
Who’s Saying What?
Simon Currie, Global Head of Energy, Norton Rose Fulbright:
“Norton Rose Fulbright has a long standing commitment to social responsibility and sustainability. Our relationship with Climate Bonds Initiative is indicative of the significance we place on climate, energy and low carbon transition.
“Climate Bonds plays an active role in international discourse on the development of new market-based climate finance solutions.”
“Joining the Partnership Programme gives us an opportunity to increase our engagement with an active participant on these critical issues.”
Sean Kidney, Climate Bonds CEO:
“Norton Rose Fulbright has supported many Climate Bonds events including our State of the Market 2015 launch and our clean energy finance and market development roundtables. This support is one reflection of their extensive policy and practical experience particularly in energy, sustainability and climate.
“We’re very excited to have Norton Rose Fulbright join adding their depth and capability to our Partners Program. We anticipate working more broadly with them on the development of sustainable green bond markets.”
Flashback to July 2015
Sean Kidney launches State of the Market 2015 Report hosted by Norton Rose Fulbright, Tower Bridge, London.
Tell me More About Norton Rose Fulbright?
Norton Rose Fulbright is a global law firm providing the world’s preeminent corporations and financial institutions with a full business law service with staff based in more than 50 cities across Europe, the United States, Canada, Latin America, Asia, Australia, Africa, the Middle East and Central Asia.
For more information see nortonrosefulbright.com
What’s the Climate Bonds Partner Program About?
Partners assist in developing initiatives to grow investment in climate solutions, participate in different market development committees & help define policy agendas for sector, country & sub-national programs.
NGOs, banks, institutional investors governments and other stakeholders are eligible to join as Climate Bond Partners to help rapidly grow a market of green and climate bonds.
Current Climate Bonds Partners are listed here.
The Last Word:
The decision is reflective of the growing profile of green bonds as a potential source of climate finance, sustainable investment and continuing integration within mainstream debt markets.