Celebrating Multiple Honours at Environmental Finance Bond Awards 2021

Crédit Agricole CIB won Lead manager of the Year, green bonds – Bank, and was involved in several awarded deals at the Environmental Finance Bond Awards 2021.

Environmental Finance Bond Awards
The Environmental Finance Bond Awards 2021 celebrate outstanding green, social and sustainability bond deals and participating market leaders of the year

With the help of an independent panel of judges – consisting of investors – the Environmental Finance Bond Awards seek to recognise those that excel, innovate and contribute to the successful development of the market.

This year, Crédit Agricole CIB won Lead manager of the Year, green bonds – Bank.

 

Crédit Agricole CIB was also involved in several awarded deals: 

  • Green bond of the Year – Sovereign: The Federal Republic of Germany
  • Green bond of the Year – Bank: CAIXABANK
  • Green bond of the Year – Supranational, sub-sovereign and agency (SSA): Société du Grand Paris Dual Tranche 10 & 40 years
  • Sustainability-linked bond of the Year: Suzano
  • Sustainability bond of the Year – Corporate: Orange
  • Green bond of the Year – Corporate: Daimler

 

Atul Sodhi‘We are delighted to be honoured with several awards from Environmental Finance. It is the ultimate recognition of Crédit Agricole and Crédit Agricole CIB’s commitment and leadership in Sustainability. We leverage our expertise to serve our clients with innovative solutions and structures to meet the diverse needs of our clients.’

Atul Sodhi, Head of Debt Capital Markets

 

 

Christian Haller‘As a firm believer and pioneer in sustainable finance, we are delighted to see Banks recognising their role in tackling the greatest challenge of our times – climate change.’

Christian Haller, Head of Debt Capital Markets – Financial Institutions

 

 

Tanguy Claquin‘Preparing the Green Bond Framework for the Federal Republic of Germany was a great challenge and an exciting exercise: extremely detailed and ambitious selection of the eligible expenditures; unique financial innovation in the preparation of the twin bonds; tremendous collaboration among very different ministries; fascinating execution and – more importantly – inspiring work with very nice people. Germany has clearly created a new standard in the green bond market and we are honoured to be part of this journey,’ 

Tanguy Claquin, Head of Sustainable Banking