Author Archive: Christina Ng

Research and Stakeholder Engagement Leader Christina Ng is responsible for IEEFA’s fixed income work in Asia Pacific. She has 20 years of experience in financial reporting and has developed financial accounting and reporting standards in Australia and Hong Kong. She is also an independent consultant.

IEEFA Indonesia: PLN has ‘Green Ambition’ but is short on renewable energy credibility

IEEFA Indonesia: PLN has ‘Green Ambition’ but is short on renewable energy credibility

A detailed sustainability roadmap going forward will assist PLN’s credibility with ESG investors

22 December 2020 (IEEFA Indonesia): PLN must be prepared for a much higher level of scrutiny around its continuing coal investments and lack of progress in renewable energy investment projects when the company launches its debut green and/or sustainable bonds, finds a new briefing note by the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA). […]

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IEEFA South Korea: Why leading ESG investors didn’t buy KEPCO’s green bond [KOR]

IEEFA South Korea: Why leading ESG investors didn’t buy KEPCO’s green bond [KOR]

Funding of new overseas coal projects is a red flag for sustainable investors

성공적이라는 한전의 ‘그린본드,’ 정작 글로벌 ESG 투자자들에게는 외면 ‘해외 석탄 투자와 병행된 ‘그린본드’, 신뢰하기 힘들어’ 지난 6월 ESG 경영을 위해 한국전력이 발행한 글로벌 그린본드가 정작 지속가능한 투자를 중시하는 세계 주요 ESG 투자자의 신뢰를 얻는데 실패한 것으로 드러났다. 11월 23일(월), 에너지 및 환경 관련 금융 이슈를 분석하는 미국 에너지경제∙재무분석연구소(IEEFA)는 ‘한전 그린본드, ESG 시장 기대에 못 미치다’라는 […]

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IEEFA South Korea: Why leading ESG investors didn’t buy KEPCO’s green bond

IEEFA South Korea: Why leading ESG investors didn’t buy KEPCO’s green bond

Funding of new overseas coal projects is a red flag for sustainable investors

24 November 2020 (IEEFA South Korea): Korea Electric Power Corporation’s (KEPCO’s) recent green bond failed to attract leading sustainable investors, despite being 10 times oversubscribed, according to new research by the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA). The South Korean state-owned utility’s June 2020 green bond raised US$500 million from international financial investors. […]

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