Nasdaq launches platform to help fund managers evolve sustainable investment strategies

The new platform aims to increase transparency for the demand in the global sustainable bond market.

“As portfolio managers look to keep pace with investor demand, the launch of our Sustainable Bond Network will help our clients evolve their sustainable investing strategies,” comments Bjørn Sibbern, president, European markets at Nasdaq in the statement. | Photo: Nasdaq/PR

Nasdaq has launched a web-based platform entitled Nasdaq Sustainable Bond Network, which aims to increase transparency and make it easier for investors to compare potential investments in the growing market for green, social and sustainability bonds.

Issuers using the platform are provided an opportunity to showcase their sustainability efforts and provide a greater level of transparency for their bonds, Nasdaq writes in a statement, adding that the Nasdaq Sustainable Bond Network also introduces a standard framework for impact reporting.

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