Danske Bank head of division warns against central banks' acquisition of green bonds

The market for green bonds is too small for central banks to invest in, says Danske Bank Head of Sustainable Finance, claiming the risk of an economic bubble.

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The world of finance has never shown greater interest in developing and investing in green products. Consequently, the market often introduces new investment products with an ESG-theme and the number of green bond issuances continues to grow.

This development has led to a discussion on whether or not central banks ought to target green bonds.

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