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Nasdaq, A2A Joins Wall Street Sustainable Finance Platform

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“The Nasdaq welcomes A2A, the Italian life company, to the sustainable bond network”. With this writing on the Times Square billboard in New York, the list of US technology stocks announced the entry of the multi-utility led by Renato Mazzoncini into the Nasdaq Sustainable Bond Network, a sustainable finance platform that connects investors, issuers, banks and brings together investments. and specialized organisations. Membership, says a note, enables the group to connect with a large network of potential international investors who are interested in sustainability issues.

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« Joining the Sustainable Bond Network – said Renato Mazzoncini – is an important recognition of A2A’s commitment to sustainable finance, an important lever to support the execution of the group’s projects, as confirmed by the recent update of the business plan, our strategy includes its objectives to increase the share of sustainable finance to more than 90% by 2030». After issuing the first green bond in 2019, A2A was the first Italian company to launch the integrated Sustainable Finance Framework in 2021. Based on the Framework, numerous sustainable debt instruments have been issued over the past two years, including three green bonds aligned with the EU taxonomy, two Sustainability Linked Bonds and a Sustainability Linked Revolving Credit Line.

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