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  • Good results and strong growth in green lending


    Kommunalbanken AS (hereinafter KBN) granted new loans totalling NOK 49 billion in 2021. These loans financed investment in projects such as schools, health and care facilities, and water and wastewater systems.

  • A year of green records for KBN


    KBN’s Impact Report for 2021 reveals all time high levels in KBN’s green lending as well as green bond issuance.

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  • 2022 Funding update


    KBN has had a strong start to 2022, active in a number of public markets over the first few weeks of the year.

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  • A record start for KBN Down Under


    The Kangaroo and Kauri markets got off to a strong start in 2022 and KBN was active printing its largest Kangaroo and second largest Kauri transaction. Both 5-year transactions were very received by the market, with strong participation from local investors.

  • Solid 5-year USD Benchmark


    On 12 January, KBN priced a new USD 1.25 billion 5-year benchmark. The transaction enjoyed a broad and global distribution with a final orderbook in excess of USD 1.75 billion.