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General

What is Green Asset Wallet?

Green Assets Wallet is an impact tech company founded in Stockholm, Sweden in late 2019. It is also the name of a world-leading impact management, reporting and asset allocation tool. Our digital platform is designed to redirect capital flows and support the transition towards a net zero economy. Our solution is global, market independent and injects trust and transparency through validation and blockchain technology.

Who is Green Assets Wallet for?

Green Assets Wallet serves the entire debt capital market ecosystem. This includes issuers, investors and validators of labelled bonds as well as financial intermediaries, sovereigns, pension funds, banks, second opinion providers and certification bodies.

Who founded Green Assets Wallet?

Green Assets Wallet started as an innovation project in 2017, under the lead of Stockholm Green Digital Finance. The objective was to scale the green debt market through financial technology.

The initiative gathered leading market participants such as Nordic and global investors and issuers, Stockholm School of Economics research centre for sustainable finance MISUM and CICERO.

Cecilia Repinski is the founder of Green Assets Wallet, and she has spearheaded the innovation ever since the start in 2017. In 2019 she founded the company, to be able to cater for the large, global interest from various actors.

How can I collaborate or partner with Green Assets Wallet?

Green Assets Wallet originated as a collaboration of major industry leaders and experts in sustainability, green finance and academia. The initiative since then gathered leading global market participants, such as investors, issuers, and researchers. Since our launch as a company in early 2020, we have partnered with major financial market key players, and we are working with the most reputable bond and impact experts. Get in touch at the bottom of this page.

Issuers

Why should I publish my impact report on Green Assets Wallet? 

Best-in-class reporting
Align impact reporting under the “Green Assets Wallet Impact Reporting Framework” for transparency and disclosure align with leading best-practice.

A one-stop solution for impact data
Collect, access, and visualize your impact data on bond and project level, all on one intuitive dashboard.

Disclose impact achievements
Demonstrate credibility and impact transparency to investors and attract new investors to your bonds and projects.

Become a leader in transparency
Demonstrate trust through a system of pre- and post-issuance validation. Create more transparency by disclosing the impact methodologies used.

Is data reported on Green Assets Wallet in line with leading frameworks and best practice?

The structure of the Green Assets Wallet’s impact reporting tool follows several world-leading reporting standards including ICMA’s reporting guidelines (to which Green Assets Wallet contributed) and the Nordic Public Sector Issuers Position Paper on Green Bonds Impact Reporting (2020). The tool has also been developed in close collaboration with market-leading labelled bond issuers, and authors of mentioned reporting standards.

How should I prepare for uploading my impact report to Green Assets Wallet?

Start by compiling your green bond documents. You will need to upload your green bond framework, second opinion, impact report and bond data to the platform. Thereafter you can create your impact profile. Info boxes next to each data field guide you along the way. There is a “Green Assets Wallet Wiki” with step-by-step instructions and you can always contact the Green Assets Wallet team using the contact form below. 

What considerations should I take when uploading my data?

Carefully consider the Green Assets Wallet definitions of each data entry point before populating the database. As reporting practices in the market are currently unstandardized, Green Assets Wallet has carefully defined each data point to create a unified reporting format on the platform. We recommend being specific in your commitments and connecting your efforts as much as possible to your overarching transition plan.

Who can view my impact data?

Data you have recently uploaded or changed is only visible to you. Once you publish your profile and changes, investors and validators signed into the platform can view your data. Your data is never visible on the public internet, only to signed-in users.

Investors

Why should I sign up for Green Assets Wallet?

Green Assets Wallet is an independent and market neutral platform offering investors a one-stop solution to reach their impact targets. The Portfolio Impact Reporting module supports investors to make informed investment decisions and communicate impact returns to stakeholders worldwide.

Access trusted information and impact data of assets and issuers globally. Build, benchmark, compare and assess the impact of your labelled bond portfolio – all at one click. 

In short, impact reporting has never been easier and faster.

Can I generate impact reports and compare them?

Our easy-to-use and automated portfolio screening and management tool helps you select high impact issuers, bonds and projects. You will be able to compare and benchmark absolute and relative performance.

What type of issuers, assets and impact data can I access?

On Green Assets Wallet you can find trusted and transparent issuers globally. Receive easy access to pre-and post issuance reports and automated tracking of issuer activities. Get direct access to second opinions, assurance reports, and project-level validation.

Our platform helps you standardize impact data for all issuers and securities in your portfolio. You will be able to generate quantifiable harmonized impact data from issuers across the globe. Some issuers even give access to verified impact data on project level.

Our intuitive impact reporting dashboard creates detailed or consolidated impact reports in a few seconds. Disclose quantifiable performance against portfolio objectives, on framework, project or issuer level.

Validation

What does validation refer to in Green Assets Wallet?

Currently, the data that are validated on Green Assets Wallet can be seen in the project view column. The issuer selects the verification process today, and it can take the form of a certification from a known standards body. Typically, the data is either a document (a consultancy report, a certificate, an audit, etc), or a photograph (a satellite image or other).

When data is uploaded onto the platform, there is an option to upload a third party validation. This validation can either be uploaded as a document by the issuer or requested from a listed validator by requesting a report on the platform. 

When registering a Green Bond Framework and related green bond(s) on Green Assets Wallet the Issuer defines a set of green commitments (based on criteria in the green bond framework and/or other important guiding principles). The commitments that apply to a specific project are chosen and will be subject to follow-up and proof of delivery to investors. E.g. “Installing solar power plants in location X”.

Process for validation of delivery on commitments: When registering a project on Green Assets Wallet, the Issuer defines which green commitments are applicable to the project and how it intends to validate delivery on these commitments. This includes defining what type of proof (for example, a report, a satellite photo, etc.) that will be provided, and what entity will provide the proof (either a third party, or the issuer). These promises of data to be provided are stored on the blockchain and visible to investors.

Validation of delivery on commitment is met: The pre-defined proof of delivery on a commitment is submitted by the authorised entity (either the issuer or a third-party validator). The data object is stored on the blockchain and visible to investors. For example, satellite footage of solar panels.

What data are validated on Green Assets Wallet?

Currently, the data that are validated on Green Assets Wallet can be seen in the project view column. The issuer selects the verification process today, and it can take the form of a certification from a known standards body. Typically, the data is either a document (a consultancy report, a certificate, an audit, etc), or a photograph (a satellite image or other).

What is a validator in Green Assets Wallet?

A validator is an independent organization qualified to verify claims made by issuers, including bond framework documents (second opinion providers), impact reports (assurance providers) and impact data (certification bodies and other independent expert bodies).

Validation in Green Assets Wallet refers to the process by which the Issuer provides proof of delivery on commitments. The commitments refer to promises made to investors about the use of proceeds raised via green debt instruments, and are typically found in the Green Bond Framework or equivalent document.

How can I provide validation on Framework level instead of project level?

To upload validation on Framework level in the Green Assets Wallet, an issuer can use assurance documents that already are in place in today’s green bond market. These can be uploaded under “Supporting Documentation” on the issuer profile. This assurance is usually performed by an audit firm and at aggregate (bond/portfolio) level. The project validation in the Green Assets Wallet adds value as it provides greater transparency and more detailed level information about underlying projects. 

For issuers that cannot reveal their project specific data, the framework level Assurance document will be very important. For other actors it might be fully possible to provide validation of all projects. The ambition is that the Green Assets Wallet should be flexible enough to accommodate the different needs and situations of the actors in the market.  

How do I engage a third party to validate?

When creating a validation report you will be required to select a validator from a drop-down menu listing all validators with active GAW accounts. This means that currently the validator must have an active account prior to report creation. Please contact us below  to set up a validator account.

How do I get my impact data validated?

When data is uploaded onto the platform, there is an option to upload a third party validation. This validation can either be uploaded as a document by the issuer or requested from a listed validator by requesting a report on the platform.

The validation process follows below steps and commitments defined as:
When registering a Green Bond Framework and related green bond(s) on Green Assets Wallet the Issuer defines a set of green commitments (based on criteria in the green bond framework and/or other important guiding principles). The commitments that apply to a specific project are chosen and will be subject to follow-up and proof of delivery to investors. E.g. “Installing solar power plants in location X”.

Process for validation of delivery on commitments: When registering a project on Green Assets Wallet, the Issuer defines which green commitments are applicable to the project and how it intends to validate delivery on these commitments. This includes defining what type of proof (for example, a report, a satellite photo, etc.) that will be provided, and what entity will provide the proof (either a third party, or the issuer).

Validation of delivery on commitment is met: The pre-defined proof of delivery on a commitment is submitted by the authorised entity (either the issuer or a third-party validator).

How do I know if data are validated?

You will be able to see if data has been validated on framework or impact report level. Also in the project view, either in the list of projects or in the project page, there is a clear section that allows you to see if there has been third party validation of some or all of the data provided about the project.

Does the technology validate that an actor or any given piece of information is trustworthy?

No, the Green Assets Wallet does not sign off on the trustworthiness or quality of the information provided in the Validation section. The Green Assets Wallet cannot take responsibility for the quality of the data submitted by a user. It provides a system for actors to exchange information in a transparent manner but it doesn’t take away responsibility from any user.

The Issuer is responsible for submitting relevant and quality data and should be incentivised to do so, hence the assurance report or second opinion will be visible on the platform. Investors have the responsibility to make their own judgement on the relevance and quality of the information provided by the Issuer. The Green Assets Wallet provides space for Issuers to ask third party “validators”, such as audit firms, expert bodies, etc to submit validation data in order to strengthen the credibility of the Validation. What validator that has provided the validation is visible to investors on the project profile.

Data

Is data reported on Green Assets Wallet in line with leading frameworks and best practice?

The structure of the Green Assets Wallet’s impact reporting tool follows several world-leading reporting standards including ICMA’s reporting guidelines (to which Green Assets Wallet contributed) and the Nordic Public Sector Issuers Position Paper on Green Bonds Impact Reporting (2020). The tool has also been developed in close collaboration with market-leading labelled bond issuers, and authors of mentioned reporting standards.

Who can view my impact data?

Data you have recently uploaded or changed is only visible to you. Once you publish your profile and changes, investors and validators signed into the platform can view your data. Your data is never visible on the public internet, only to signed-in users.

Support

How can I get a free demo?

As we serve different debt market participants, ranging from investors, to issuers to validators, we offer tailored demos to showcase how Green Assets Wallet can best fit your needs.

Book a free demo with us using our contact form at the bottom of this page.  We look forward to hearing from you!

How do I log in?

If you are an active investor, issuer or validator on the platform, you can use the login button at the top right of the main navigation menu. You will be prompted to state your user name and password to access your account.

How do I sign up?

Contact us using the contact form at the bottom of this page. If you are interested in building an impact account with Green Assets Wallet or use the link at the top of our page to ‘Sign up’.

Who can I contact for technical support?

Contact us using the contact form at the bottom of this page, if you need help or technical support.

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