This is your access point to data and information on Chinese domestic green bonds listed on the Shanghai Stock Exchange (SSE).
The Chinese domestic Green Bond Channel is an information channel which bridges the information gap between Chinese issuers and international investors. Green bonds listed on the Shanghai Stock Exchange can be traded via existing channels and the cooperation with LuxSE focuses on providing exhaustive information in English to offshore investors.
Depending upon the nature of the Chinese domestic issuer, they are subject to different green bond guidelines which will define what constitutes eligible projects to be financed by a Chinese domestic green bond. The following guidelines exist:
Note that (as per CBI) the PBOC Green Bond Endorsed Project Catalogue accepts retrofits of fossil fuel power stations, clean coal and coal efficiency improvements, and rail lines that mainly transport fossil fuels, which are not accepted under the Climate Bonds Initiative’s eligibility taxonomy.
At LuxSE, we offer issuers the possibility to register their securities on our official list, without admission to trading. These securities are included on our official list, in the Securities Official List (SOL) section.
All bonds displayed on the Chinese domestic Green Securities Channel are registered on SOL.LuxSE SOL is designed for issuers looking for visibility and for whom admission to trading is not a prerequisite.
LuxSE SOL is governed by a dedicated Rulebook of the Luxembourg Stock Exchange and the Grand-Ducal Regulation of 13 July 2007 which implements the Directive 2001/34/CE establishing the existence of the official list.
LuxSE SOL enables Chinese domestic Green Securities Channel issuers to gain access to the Luxembourg Green Exchange.
To register your securities on SOL, fill in the form below:
The market for sustainable finance investments has experienced rapid growth in recent years as attention has turned towards the Sustainable Development Goals and meeting the targets under the Paris Climate Agreement.
To help facilitate the development of this market, we launched, in 2016, the Luxembourg Green Exchange (LGX), a dedicated platform for sustainable securities abiding by recognised standards.
LGX aims to bring investors and issuers of sustainable financial instruments together on a single platform.