Roadmap for China: using green securitisation, tax incentives and credit enhancements to scale green bonds



This paper outlines challenges to widespread uptake of green bond issuance and financing multiple projects through use of green bonds in China. It also identifies which instruments and incentives can offer potential solutions, including green securitisation, tax incentives and credit enhancement.

This is the third in a series of four 2016 discussion papers issued by the Climate Bonds Initiative and the International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD) on prospects for the chinese green bond market.This 2016 series of discussion papers follow the March 2014 How to Grow Green Bonds in China report and the Growing a green bonds market in China: Key recommendations for policymakers in the context of China’s changing financial landscape report of March 2015.

Report by:
Weihui Dai (Lily), Research & Standards Analyst, Climate Bonds Initiative

Sean Kidney, CEO, Climate Bonds Initiative

Beate Sonerud, Policy Analyst, Climate Bonds Initiative

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Our thanks to the United Kingdom foreign & Commonwealth office (FCO) for their project funding support for the China Roadmap series of reports.