MAS selects asset managers with green focus

Singapore government will start issuing green bonds, governor Menon says


The Monetary Authority of Singapore will be placing $2 billion with a group of asset managers committed to bolstering green finance activities in the Asian financial hub.

Speaking today (March 9), governor Ravi Menon announced the asset managers had been chosen through a “highly selective” process. Those chosen will designate Singapore as their “sustainability hub” within the Asia-Pacific region.

“They have a good track record of sustainability investing, robust stewardship policies and a

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