Credit Agricole commits to green projects after $3 billion reg cap deal

Credit Agricole has completed a $3 billion synthetic risk transfer transaction with Mariner Investing Group in a deal linked to socially responsible investing

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Comment by: Anonymous. Posted 2 years ago [2017-03-10 15:40:34]

The comment below makes a good point. A bank's org structure should clearly delineate the "responsible loans" group as distinct from the "irresponsible loans" group. Maybe the rating agencies will give diversity score credit when the responsible and irresponsible loans are mingled within a single portfolio. (sarcasm warning)

Comment by: Anonymous. Posted 2 years ago [2017-03-09 14:10:14]

If Credit Agricole sells its ethical loans, is what's left a "bad bank"?