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The World Bank Group and Japan’s Government Pension Investment Fund (GPIF) have expanded their partnership to grow markets for sustainable investing. GPIF asset managers are strategically investing in Green, Social and Sustainable Development Bonds issued by the World Bank (International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, or IBRD) and the International Finance Corporation

(IFC, a member of the World Bank Group focused on the private sector)–as part of a broader effort to integrate environmental, social and governance considerations (ESG).

Initial investments have surpassed the equivalent of US$500 million in Australian dollar, euro, and pound sterling-denominated bonds issued by IBRD and IFC.

This builds on a partnership agreement between the World Bank Group and GPIF, formalized in October 2017, to direct more capital towards sustainable investments. The agreement includes collaboration on initiatives that promote strategies for including environmental, social and governance criteria in investment decisions across different asset classes—for example through research on how environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors impact risk and financial returns in fixed income markets—and convening regular conversations with investors to explore opportunities and challenges of integrating ESG into investment strategies