Head of sustainable financing at Danske Bank sees opportunities for bigger climate efforts after the corona crisis

The reestablishment of European economies may accelerate the climate efforts that were already in the works across the continent, says Danske Bank's head of sustainable financing.

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The transition to a greener society has been somewhat sidelined since covid-19 caused an unprecedented crisis around the world - but that does not mean that green projects are back at square one, says Samu Slotte, head of sustainable financing at Danske Bank.

"The green financial market went completely still like all other financing markets, but we are now seeing it open again with the rest of the market. We are also currently seeing huge issues of social bonds from different development banks," he says, adding:

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