In recent years investors have become more and more interested in green financial products. These differ from traditional financial products primarily in that they finance investments from the resources received during issuing that have a direct or indirect environmental or climate protection benefit.

In recent years, a number of green credit securities (bonds, mortgage bonds and government securities) have been  launched on the BSE, so differentiating these securities from other credit securities on the BSE is definitely justified. This sub-page aims to provide assistance by, on the one hand, presenting the rules for meeting the criteria of green credit securities, and on the other hand, showing where and how the green securities launched and registered on the BSE are marked.