Borrowers promise to pay penalty if they breach ESG targets

By Michelle D’Souza

Loan investors are incentivising companies to improve their environmental, social and governance (ESG) performance by linking the financial terms of a loan to the ability of the borrower to meet predetermined sustainability targets.

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TAGS: Europe Leveraged loans Primary market ESG