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Some news are important but not big enough as to require a press release. Keep abreast of everything that’s going on at LuxSE in this news section.

MoU with Industrial Bank of China – LuxSE

The Industrial Bank of China (CIB) and LuxSE establish cooperation in the green bond debt market. On November 12, the two entities signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) during LuxSE’s visit to Fuzhou, CIB’s headquarter, to frame their cooperation in the international green markets.
The Industrial Bank (CIB) has a long-standing commitment to sustainability – in 2007, the bank signed the Equator Principles, commonly known as the International Finance Corporation (IFC) Performance Standards on social and environmental sustainability, thus becoming the first Chinese bank to do so. Today, after a decade of supporting sustainable projects, the bank, calling itself the Green Bank, signs an MoU with LuxSE, the operator of the Luxembourg Green Exchange (LGX) – a platform limited to sustainable securities of highest transparency levels.
LGX displays over 250 green, social and sustainability securities worth more than USD 100 billion, two years after its launch.

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Promoting gender equality – LuxSE

The innovative project, developed by researches at LISER, is called the GG (Gender Game). It is a giant interactive board game that aims at breaking down gender stereotypes. The activity was part of LuxSE’s initiative She@LuxSE. The key goal of She@LuxSE is to promote a gender-sensitive workplace by ensuring inclusiveness and equal opportunities for all. Read more on LISER’s website.

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EIB’s 1st Sustainability Awareness Bond – LGX

LuxSE celebrated the issuance with a ‘ring the bell’

The EUR 500 million transaction, listed on LuxSE and displayed on LGX, represents the first EIB funding intended to directly support sustainable finance and builds on EIB’s pioneering role in boosting investments through sustainable bonds. The proceeds from the first bond of its kind will focus on investment in water supply, sanitation and flood protection and are expected to expand tohealth and education once detailed reporting frameworks are in place. Read more on EIB’s website.


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