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Growthpoint Properties has become the first South African company to issue a green bond programme on the JSE as it looks to attract specialised investors wanting exposure to environmentally friendly projects. Green bonds raise money that is allocated for funding projects resulting in positive environmental and climate benefits.
The listed property fund owns various green buildings and implements varied green initiatives across its portfolio.
"The R1.1bn green bonds issued by Growthpoint would be used to fund Growthpoint’s green buildings and green initiatives," said Dirkje Bouma, corporate treasurer at Growthpoint.
The Growthpoint green bonds, for terms of five, seven and 10 years, were issued and listed on the JSE last Friday. These new bonds are intended to give more choice to investors who in the past have only been able to invest in municipal green bonds such as those launched by the City of Cape Town.
The bonds form part of Growthpoint’s R20bn domestic medium-term note programm...
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