This article, which was first published in Butterworth's Journal of International Banking and Financial Law in June 2022, considers the constraints hampering environmental, social and governance (ESG) securitisations and the ESG securitisation market generally including the current regulatory framework, the various forms an ESG securitisation can take and possibly policy solutions to stumbling blocks in the market. A previous version of this article was also published on Engage on 15 December 2021.
We are witnessing a revolution where ESG factors are now a point of focus for all securitisation market participants. Securitisation is uniquely placed to help drive forward the green and social agenda and ESG represents a huge opportunity for securitisation, not just in terms of market share, but also as a power for positive change.
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Authored by Julian Craughan, Andrew Carey, Andrea Salsi, and Steven Minke.
Talking about a revolution – making ESG securitisations mainstream
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