List your ESG Bonds on our Euronext markets
The first green exchange
Euronext has been a partner in the UN Sustainable Stock Exchanges initiative (SSE) since 2015. Today, Euronext enables issuers to list the full range of labelled ESG bonds including use-of-proceeds and general purpose bonds in 30+ currencies.
From green and social bonds to sustainability and sustainability-linked bonds, Euronext is trusted by sovereigns, corporates, financial institutions and many other issuers.
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To publish their ESG bonds on Euronext ESG Bonds, a company must first be listed on a Euronext Market. All eligible issuers must complete the ESG Bond Declaration Form as well as submit all of their relevant ESG documentation.
The categories of potential eligible green projects include, but are not limited to, renewable energy, energy efficiency, sustainable waste management, sustainable land use, biodiversity conservation, clean transportation, climate change and climate adaptation.
All issuers should submit an independent third-party external review to join Euronext ESG Bonds. There is no preference as to which framework will be used but, to be accepted, your report should be consistent with ICMA’s Guidelines for External Reviewers.
ESG bond issuers are expected to comply with the recommendations set by the standard that their framework is referring to. Euronext advises issuers to annually publish an allocation report until the full allocation of proceeds, as well as an impact report at least once before the full allocation of proceeds.
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