Global banks want a bigger share of India’s ESG pie

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HSBC was the first bank to offer a green loan in India in January 2020, and it is currently in discussions to offer sustainability linked loans to multiple companies which will have incentives like a discount on rates.

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Global banks are ramping up financing options for ESG (environmental, social and governance) compliant loans and bonds in India amid increasing environmental and social consciousness, a large pool of global funds waiting to invest in these securities and a big opportunity for such

Mumbai: Global banks are ramping up financing options for ESG (environmental, social and governance) compliant loans and bonds in India amid increasing environmental and social consciousness, a large pool of global funds waiting to invest in these securities and a big opportunity for such projects in the country.

More and more businesses, as well as investors, are focusing on best practices concerning ESG and some banks are providing them

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