Media: Report finds green investments come with several risks

According to a recent analysis, more than a third of surveyed investors find that green investments come with a number of risks. Three Danish pension companies disagree.

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For a new report, BNY Mellon has interviewed investors in 16 countries, including Denmark, and found that 36 percent of the survey pool find more risks than opportunities in green investments.

One factor is uncertainty about whether the current easing monetary policy affects returns on green investments, writes Danish business daily Børsen.

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