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World Bank (International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, IBRD, Aaa/AAA) issued a 5-year CAD 66 million Sustainable Development Bond while engaging with investors to highlight the vital role of the world’s freshwater and marine resources and the importance of addressing water and ocean pollution, including plastic waste in oceans.

Daiichi Life Insurance Company (Daiichi Life) was the sole investor in this transaction and Morgan Stanley & Co International PLC is the sole underwriter and distributor of the bond.

World Bank bonds support the financing of sustainable development projects and programs across a range of sectors in member countries. This includes projects that address the threats posed to ocean health by marine pollution, including litter and plastics.

The World Bank, as the largest multilateral funder for ocean and water projects in developing countries, is committed to working with countries to ensure access to safe and clean water and for the sustainable use of ocean and marine resources. The World Bank works closely with member countries to protect their marine and coastal resources by supporting sustainable fisheries and aquaculture, making coastlines more resilient, establishing coastal and marine protected areas, and preventing pollution from reaching oceans through better waste management.