SEB to help Swedish central bank with green bonds

Riksbanken has chosen SEB to help issue the Swedish government bonds.

Photo: Ints Kalnins/Reuters/Ritzau Scanpix

The debt office of the Swedish central bank and the Swedish government has established the framework for Sweden's first green bond, which will be tied to green investments and projects.

SEB reports in a press release that the bank has been chosen as an advisor in connection with the issue. The first bond will be issued over the course of 2020.

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