New green bond platform onboarding issuers at scale – ready to redeem first revenue

Nordic-based green bond platform Green Assets Wallet is expecting to get 150 issuers on board by the end of the year. The project recently became an independent company and expects to introduce fees for investors who are looking for a time saving solution to measure the impact of their green investments.

Cecilia Repinski, CEO of Green Assets Wallet. | Photo: PR/Green Assets Wallet.

Back in the summer of 2017, the Stockholm Green Digital Finance non-profit brought together market participants and experts in finance and technology to create a platform for green bond debt.

The project was launched last year, and at the same time, was converted into an independent company. Earlier this month the Green Assets Wallet (GAW) began inviting issuers on board.

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