Green Bond Highlights
RE Royalties Green Bonds. Investing in a cleaner, greener future.
RE Royalties Green Bonds will be used to finance investments made in renewable energy generation, energy efficiency management and sustainable infrastructure.
As an investor, you can take advantage of the growing renewable energy sector, while making a measurable impact on the environment.
Our secured Green Bonds will have a 5-year term and offer investors 6% interest, calculated annually and paid quarterly.
The minimum investment is $5,000 and our Green Bonds are eligible for registered accounts such as RRSP, TFSA, RRIF and RESP.
WHAT OUR INVESTORS SAY
“As a pioneer in applying the well-proven royalty financing model to the renewable energy sector, RE Royalties is facilitating the growth of companies that provide positive environmental impacts while providing shareholders with attractive dividends.”
— Nicholas Nagy, Investor
Reduce your personal carbon footprint and directly fund the growing green economy.
RE Royalties Green Bonds offer a great return and environmental benefits.
Our Green Bonds will:
1. Provide investors with a strong fixed income, secured against investments made in renewable and sustainable energy projects.
2. Only be invested in sustainable and renewable energy projects that will reduce greenhouse gases and mitigate the impacts of climate change.
3. Be aligned and compliant with the ICMA Green Bond Principles (2018).
Climate change is one of the most significant challenges of our time, and we recognize that innovation is required from all sectors, including the financial industry, to bring solutions that address this challenge.
Our bonds are backed by a diversified portfolio of renewable energy investments.
Many of our clients already operate multiple projects and are on a path to grow their businesses. We offer capital in the form of a cash payment or loan, in exchange for a percentage of future revenues from their operating projects.
Take a look at some of our recent investments:
Size of Offering:
Term of Bond:
Up to $20 million
$1,000 per Bond
6% per annum, paid quarterly
Registered Account Eligibility:
Why RE Royalties Green Bonds?
How are RE Royalties Green Bonds different than buying company shares?
In contrast to buying shares and owning a piece of the company, RE Royalties Green Bonds are a loan from the investor to the company to be used exclusively for investing in renewable and sustainable energy projects.
Who can invest in RE Royalties Green Bonds?
RE Royalties Green Bonds provide different types of investors with opportunities to invest with impact. They are available to investors in non-registered or registered accounts across Canada. Please sign up on our green bond registration list to receive information on how to invest.
Is there a minimum or maximum investment size?
The minimum investment is $5,000, purchased in increments of $1,000. There may be a maximum investment size depending on your province and other factors under Canadian securities law. Please speak with your financial advisor about your individual financial situation.
When will I see a return on my investment?
RE Royalties Green Bonds earn 6% simple interest annually, paid quarterly into your brokerage account. For example, on a $5,000 investment, you will receive $300 annually, or $75 quarterly, for the next 5 years after your investment. After 5 years, you will receive the full $5,000 back.
Are RE Royalties Green Bonds rated?
No, RE Royalties Green Bonds are not currently rated as the process is costly. However, they do follow an established framework through the Green Bond Principles, endorsed by the International Capital Market Association (ICMA).
Do I pay fees to invest in RE Royalties Green Bonds?
There are no fees payable to RE Royalties and no fees required to purchase the bonds. However, depending on the financial institution that you have an investment account with, there may be a transaction fee.
Are RE Royalties Green Bonds eligible for registered accounts?
Yes, RE Royalties Green Bonds are eligible to be held in RRSP, TFSA, RRIF, LIRA, RESP and RDSP accounts.
Can I invest via my own financial institution, advisor or brokerage?
Investors may invest through certain financial advisors and investment brokerages, including self-directed online brokers. For more information for your specific institution, please complete our registration form.
Can I sell my RE Royalties Green Bonds?
No, you cannot sell RE Royalties Green Bonds. They are private investments for a 5-year term and they are not traded on public exchanges like stocks.
How does RE Royalties loan clients money to back the green bonds?
Can I invest in a specific renewable energy project?
No, you cannot invest in a specific project. RE Royalties only invests in projects that align with our sustainable values focused on carbon emissions reduction. As an investor, you can invest in our complete project portfolio and make a larger impact. This mitigates the risk for our investors and prevents you from being overly exposed to one project or geographical area.
How is my investment protected?
RE Royalties Green Bonds are senior secured against the underlying assets of the company, unlike most competing Green Bond options. Please review the RE Royalties Green Bond Offering Memorandum for further details on how your investment is protected.
1. General Disclaimer
2. Statutory Rights of Action
In certain circumstances, purchasers resident in certain provinces of Canada are provided with a remedy for rescission or damages, or both, in addition to any other right they may have at law, where a materials provided to investors and any amendment to it contains a misrepresentation. Where used herein, “misrepresentation” means an untrue statement of a material fact or an omission to state a material fact that is required to be stated or that is necessary to make any statement not misleading in light of the circumstances in which it was made. These remedies, or notice with respect to these remedies, must be exercised or delivered, as the case may be, by the purchaser within the time limits prescribed by applicable securities legislation.
Please refer to the Offering Memorandum respecting the Green Bonds for a description of the security.