Danish insurer ups corporate ethics with two new investment mandates

Tryg has agreed with a Danish and an American asset manager on two new investment mandates to further improve ethics in the insurance company's investment portfolio. Tryg has taken additional steps to push asset managers in a more ethical direction, says Head of Investments.

From left: Kenneth Winther, Tryg's CIO. Sparinvest's Valueteam consisting of Jens Moestrup Rasmussen, Morten Tandrup, Mark Feasey, Jeroen Bresser, Kasper B. Jacobsen, Lisbeth Søgaard Nielsen, Marco Schwennesen Orland and Per Kronborg Jensen. At the right hand side is regional director at Sparinvest Karsten Løngaard. | Photo: Jeanne Kornum/Sparinvest/PR

Tryg has made two new management agreements to strengthen the ethics of the insurance company's investment portfolio.

One large investment is in Sparinvest's ethical global value fund, and Tryg's assets brings the fund's total to about EUR 135m.

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