The Hague, 02 April 2019 Today NN Investment Partners (NN IP) has become a signatory of the Equator Principles. While the EPs have already played an important role in NN IP’s investment process in the past, their formal adoption also adds a reporting obligation. No funding will be granted to infrastructure and project finance investments that do not…Read More..
Tokyo, April 1, 2019 Today Nippon Life Insurance Company has become a signatory of the Equator Principles. Nippon Life initiated full-scale engagement in overseas project finance in 2017. When making project finance decisions, Nippon Life recognizes that environmental and social factors can take on heightened importance given that projects that involve large-scale development could potentially have…Read More..
Taipei, 23 January 2019 CTBC Bank Co., Ltd. (“CTBC Bank”) has become a signatory of the Equator Principles. CTBC Bank was established in 1966 and is amongst the largest privately-owned bank in Taiwan. To date, 94 international financial institutions in 37 countries are signatories of the Equator Principles. Announcement in EnglishRead More..
Madrid, 18 July 2018 Bankia, S.A. assumes the Equator Principles as a tool for the management, evaluation and monitoring of risks in the responsible financing of projects. At Bankia, in 2017 the Special Projects Admission Directorate has been created for the centralization of the admission analysis and monitoring of operations segmented as special financing, aimed to…Read More..
Taipei, 4 December 2017 Taipei Fubon Commercial Bank (TFB) adopts the Equator Principles as of December 4 2017, committing itself to the globally-recognized benchmark for the financial industry to manage environmental, social and corporate governance risks. TFB is a wholly owned subsidiary of Fubon Financial Holding Company (Fubon FHC), a constituent of the Dow Jones Sustainability…Read More..
Stockholm, 21 June 2017 The Swedish Export Credit Corporation (SEK) announces its adoption of the Equator Principles, a globally recognised benchmark for determining, assessing and managing environmental and social risk in bank financed projects. To date, 90 international financial institutions in 37 countries have signed up to the Equator Principles. As an export credit institution, SEK already…Read More..
Tokyo, 01 May 2017 The Norinchukin Bank, one of Japan’s largest financial institution serving agricultural, fishery and forestry cooperatives, announced its adoption of the Equator Principles, a risk management framework, adopted by financial institutions, for determining, assessing and managing environmental and social risk in projects. The Norinchukin Bank becomes the 90th member of the Equator Principles…Read More..
Nanjing, 20 January 2017 Bank of Jiangsu has become a signatory of the Equator Principles (EPs), a risk management framework, adopted by financial institutions, for determining, assessing and managing environmental and social risks in projects. It becomes China’s first city commercial bank to adopt EPs. Bank of Jiangsu, a modern joint-stock commercial bank, was founded by…Read More..
Seoul, 2 January 2017 Korea Development Bank (KDB) announced its adoption of the Equator Principles, a globally recognized benchmark for determining, assessing and managing environmental and social risk in bank financed projects. As a first mover in the Korean finance industry to uphold environmental and social safeguards in project financing, KDB sets a standard for domestic…Read More..
Madrid, 26 October 2016 ICO’s General Board approved the institution’s decision to become a signatory to the Equator Principles at its meeting on Friday 21 October, as part of the framework of commitments in its CSR and environmental policies. The Principles, which are voluntary but widely recognised internationally, require signatory financial institutions to guarantee that…Read More..