Social Bond Principles

Social Bond Principles

Keith Mullin

35 years: Capital markets editorial

The Social Bond Principles are a set of standards enforced by the International Capital Market Association (ICMA). In this video, Keith sets out the clear principles relating to reporting, use of proceeds, and external reviews.

The Social Bond Principles are a set of standards enforced by the International Capital Market Association (ICMA). In this video, Keith sets out the clear principles relating to reporting, use of proceeds, and external reviews.

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Social Bond Principles

6 mins 54 secs

Overview

The Social Bond Principles are voluntary standards administered by the International Capital Market Association. The four key components are: use of proceeds, project evaluation and selection, management of proceeds and reporting. The SBP also recommend that issuers seek external review.

Key learning objectives:

  • Explain the external review element

  • Define Social Bond Principles

  • Understand what the SBP says about the use of proceeds

  • Understand what the SBP says about project evaluation and selection

  • Understand what the SBP says about management of proceeds

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