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The Australian securitisation market could be on the verge of a sustainability surge, market participants believe. Green deals are likely to be the first sign of this uptick in activity but issuers are also exploring social securitisations with hopes of issuance as soon as this year.

One of the challenges of sustainable debt is that debtholders traditionally have less influence on corporate behaviour than equity investors. The private debt space has a bigger lever, and while applying a sustainability lens to private businesses is not always an easy task specialist investors say it is a worthwhile one.

Issuers and intermediaries universally point to environmental, social and governance (ESG) alignment as a tailwind for Kangaroo transactions. The pricing benefit of bringing labelled deals is small – incremental demand and investor engagement are the primary benefits.

Issuers and intermediaries universally point to environmental, social and governance (ESG) alignment as a tailwind for Kangaroo transactions. The pricing benefit of bringing labelled deals is small – incremental demand and investor engagement are the primary benefits.

Issuers and intermediaries universally point to environmental, social and governance (ESG) alignment as a tailwind for Kangaroo transactions. The pricing benefit of bringing labelled deals is small – incremental demand and investor engagement are the primary benefits.

Issuers and intermediaries universally point to environmental, social and governance (ESG) alignment as a tailwind for Kangaroo transactions. The pricing benefit of bringing labelled deals is small – incremental demand and investor engagement are the primary benefits.

Issuers and intermediaries universally point to environmental, social and governance (ESG) alignment as a tailwind for Kangaroo transactions. The pricing benefit of bringing labelled deals is small – incremental demand and investor engagement are the primary benefits.

To the surprise of many, the corporate bond market – including the Australian domestic market – rebounded hard and fast from the early days of the COVID-19 crisis with ample liquidity and competitively-priced deal flow. Treasurers share their views on what could be a new paradigm.

To the surprise of many, the corporate bond market – including the Australian domestic market – rebounded hard and fast from the early days of the COVID-19 crisis with ample liquidity and competitively-priced deal flow. Treasurers share their views on what could be a new paradigm.

By their nature, semi-government issuers should have access to plenty of options suitable for use-of-proceeds green, social and sustainability (GSS) bond issuance. Identifying, labelling and reporting on them is the challenge.

Issuers and intermediaries universally point to environmental, social and governance (ESG) alignment as a tailwind for Kangaroo transactions. The pricing benefit of bringing labelled deals is small – incremental demand and investor engagement are the primary benefits.