Eli Lilly to raise millions for green initiatives

By pricing the sustainability bonds, US-based pharmaceutical company Eli Lilly hopes to raise millions for its ESG objectives.

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Regardless of whether you call them green, sustainable or ESG bonds – what it comes down to is the same thing: raising money for green initiatives.

That is exactly what Eli Lilly wants to achieve by issuing what they call "sustainability bonds". The US-based company intends to raise USD 600m (DKK 3.8bn) through the pricing of the bonds.

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