LuxSE contributes to EFPA Luxembourg’s “Green Ethica” book

In EFPA Luxembourg’s first book on sustainable finance, Paul Chahine, Sustainability Research Manager at the Luxembourg Stock Exchange, contributed to a chapter focused on the financial products and services of green finance. 

Through this book, entitled “Green Ethica”, EFPA Luxembourg aims to create a practical handbook covering the entire universe of sustainable finance to help finance professionals understand the foundations of the industry, as well as its framework, market trends and future challenges.

EFPA provides independent certifications recognised at the European level to financial professionals and companies across the world. The organisation promotes the highest professional standards of excellence and ensures that financial professionals have the necessary knowledge to conduct their business.

Over 50 professionals from various backgrounds and industries accepted to contribute to this first edition of Green Ethica. As a result, the book offers a 360° expert overview of sustainable finance, from its history to the future evolution of its regulatory landscape.


Paul Chahine shared his knowledge of the industry in a sub-chapter dedicated to green bonds and their role in environmental sustainability. At the Luxembourg Stock Exchange, Paul is a LGX manager and acts as a lecturer at the LGX Academy. He is one of the driving forces behind this initiative.

You can read more about the book on EFPA Luxembourg’s website.