Mexico City Issues First LATAM Muni Green Bond: USD50M: Find out more at our Dec 13 Español and English: Green Bonds for Cities Webinars
Mexico City (CDMX) is the first Latin American city to issue a muni bond, closing a 1 billion Mexican Pesos (USD50m) of 5 years to fund climate-resilient infrastructure and mobility projects.
The bond was over-subscribed at 2.5 times.
The use of proceeds includes potable water, waste water, energy efficiency in public lighting and subway infrastructure.
The second opinion was provided by Sustainalytics (in Spanish).
This is the 4th green bond from Mexico, the 3rd issuance in 2016 alone and 2nd in local currency.
Our December Market Blog, due out next week, will carry more details and analysis.
More on Mexico
Check our latest blog post that includes a Mexico update.
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Green Bonds for Cities -- Infrastructure finance for cities in emerging economies: In Español and English, Tuesday Dec 13th.
Hasta luego amigos,
Climate Bonds Communications Team
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