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Regulation needed to support ‘green’ bonds

Urgent investment required to help meet climate change targets is more likely to happen if the government drops its hands-off approach to regulating so-called ‘green’ bonds, Auckland law firm Chapman Tripp says.

In a report on the emergence of ‘impact investing’ as a new form of philanthropy, the firm takes issue with the Productivity Commission’s finding that there is no need to regulate for b

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