LONDON, Oct 28 (Reuters) - Barclays Bank BARCR.UL has raised 400 million pounds ($521 million)through a green bond issuance, which will be used to finance or re-finance mortgages on energy efficent residential properties, the bank said on Wednesday.
The green bond, which matures in 2026, attracted strong institutional investor interest and was over-subscribed five times, the bank said.
Green bonds are used to finance clean energy and environmental projects such as wind farms and low-carbon transport.
The green bond is Barclays' second. The first was issued in 2017 and funded domestic residential mortgage assets.
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(Reporting by Nina Chestney; Editing by Kim Coghill)
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