Nordic investor collaboration promises new ESG toolbox

The Danish Center for ESG Research is going into partnership with businesses as well as institutional investors to devise a new set of tools aimed at making it easier for organizations to set high ambitions in the way they approach ESG.

A new ESG toolbox is being developed in Copenhagen. The project is actively looking for funding

A new toolbox is being developed for Nordic asset managers and institutional investors, which its creators say will make it easier for users to choose "the right" ESG (Environmental, Social & Governance) criteria -- and to monitor them.

In recent years, the focus on ESG criteria has intensified, but investors approach it in many different ways. There is a lack of systematic data and standards for gauging the effect of ESG strategies.

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