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Green Evaluation: Samhällsbygg - nadsbolaget i Norden AB’s Proposed SEK 500 Million Green Bond, February 01, 2019

In February 2019, Swedish real estate company Samhällsbyggnadsbolaget i Norden AB (SBB) plans to issue a SEK 500 million senior unsecured green bond. The company will use the proceeds to refinance a portfolio of rent-regulated residential properties in Sweden. SBB has committed to invest in varied energy efficiency projects and refurbish residential buildings to reduce the purchased amount of energy per heated square meter of the portfolio by at least 30%. In our opinion, this transaction is aligned with the Green Bond Principles 2018 (GBP).


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