Danish pension fund offers impact app, as young demand specifics

The intensified focus on sustainability and impact has prompted Danish pension fund cooperation Skandia-Matter to offer an app which promises an easy way of identifying the impact their portfolio actually has.

Young clients want to know the impact their investments have on the environment. Now they can do that by checking a new app. | Photo: IVAN RIORDAN BOLL/AP/POLFOTO

Every investment has some sort of impact on the world. The novelty of so-called "impact investing" is that the investor tries to achieve a self-defined positive impact in specific areas.

And if you want to have a specific impact via your investments, it seems only natural that you would like to "see" their actual effect.

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