BIS to investigate tokenised green bonds

BIS to investigate tokenised green bonds

The Bank for International Settlements Innovation Hub has started its first green finance project, Genesis, which will explore the tokenisation of green bonds enabling investment in small denominations, combined with real-time tracking of environmental outputs.

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Digitising green bond issuance by Digital Assets and GFT

Building the Future: The role of data for democratized digital project delivery with Peter Adriaens

The sector has a once-in-a-century opportunity to transform itself while embracing new solutions and business models. More on smart infrastructure finance: https://strategicdirections.cee.engin.umich.edu/direction/smart-infrastructure-finance/

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Most investments in infrastructure projects take the form of (municipal) bonds, government and private debt and private equity, a form of financing that cannot be easily converted to cash. This limits the type of investor who will engage in projects. Data provides near real-time insights into performance, structural health and use, much like share prices update as new information becomes available to inform buyers and sellers. As a result, data from physical infrastructure is setting the stage for a new software-as-a-service (SaaS)-like business and financing model where data contracts can be securitized, licensed and used for new infrastructure applications and services. By envisioning data as the informational stock (or collateral) of infrastructure, better pricing of its value, and improved liquidity of investments, are already starting to change designs and financing mechanisms that maximize performance delivery. Ultimately, by decreasing reliance of financing on the tax base of communities, access to quality infrastructure services will become more democratized, as data-driven revenue starts contributing to the funding mechanism.

Speaker: Peter Adriaens (Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Michigan)
Panelists: Britany Affolter-Caine (URC), Mayank Gupta (WSP) and Tim Sylvester (Integrated Roadways)

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The World’s First Green Bond

10 years ago, The World Bank issued the first-ever green bond then laid out the first blueprint for sustainable fixed income investing, transforming development finance and sparking a sustainability revolution in the capital markets. Green bonds have become a strategic priority for The World Bank as they support all Sustainable Development Goals. Watch this video to learn about the investors, evaluator, and Treasury behind the first green bond and how it turned into a $12 billion World Bank program 10 years later.