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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 10, October 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



The Extent Of Awareness Regarding Green Financing Among Jordanian Commercial Banks From The Perspective Of Investment Department Managers

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AUTHOR(S)

Dr. Marwan Mohamed Abu Orabi

 

KEYWORDS

Green Financing, Green Bonds, Green Economy, Green Banking, Sustainable, Sustainability, Development, Developing

 

ABSTRACT

Current study is an attempt to find out the awareness level of commercial banks in Jordan about the concept of green financing and the extent of the commercial banks' use of this type of financing. The current study relied on the quantitative methodology by distributing a questionnaire to (142) managers, leaders and employees in commercial banks in Jordan - (49) commercial bank. Results of the study proved that there is an acceptable level of awareness within the categories studied in banks about the concept of green financing and that there is an actual application for this type of finance within banks in Jordan.also, results indicated that the first and most important supporter of green financing in banks are the government, legislations and laws must be framed and oriented towards supporting foreign investment in environmental projects in addition to back up banks in its approaches to finance green investments.

 

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