Roadmap for China: Using Green Securitisation, Tax Incentives and Credit Enhancements to Scale Green Bonds
Instruments and incentives can give a wider range of issuers access to the market.
Rapid growth in China’s green bond issuance and investment is essential for green bonds to make a material contribution to meeting China’s environmental investment and climate finance needs.
This paper provides specific actions for China’s policy-makers to put in place instruments and incentives for green bonds, with a particular focus on how to grow a green securitisation market in China that can access international capital. Specific actions for China draw on domestic and international experience.
This is the third in a series of four 2016 discussion papers issued by the Climate Bonds Initiative and the International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD) on prospects for the Chinese green bond market.
The four papers are:
- Roadmap for China: Green Bond Guidelines for the Next Stage of Market Growth (Paper 1)
- Roadmap for China: Scaling Up Green Bond Market Issuance (Paper 2)
- Roadmap for China: Using Green Securitisation, Tax Incentives and Credit Enhancements to Scale Green Bonds (Paper 3)
- Roadmap for China: Extending the Joint Leadership on Green Finance (Paper 4)
- 中国绿色债券发展路线图：在下一市场发展阶段的绿色债券指引 (报告一)
- 中国绿色债券发展路线图：扩大绿色债券的发行 (报告二)
- 中国绿色债券发展路线图：利用绿色资产证券化、税收优惠和增信措施扩大绿色债券的规模 (报告三)
- 中国绿色债券发展路线图：增强中英在绿色金融方面的联合领导力 (报告四)
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