Swedish fund company goes fossil-free but CEO does not see a need for tougher regulations

The CEO of SSP Fonder in Stockholm is now leading a fund company that is striving to become fossil-free, but further regulation within sustainable finance is not on her list of priorities.

Åsa Wallenberg, CEO of SSP Fonder. | Photo: Micke Lundström

The CEO of SSP Fonder, Åsa Wallenberg, told Swedish investors' newssite that sustainable funds are the future.

"For me it is important that we only have sustainable funds, anything else would feel out of date. Our funds should not be called index funds, but referred to as index-linked, because we integrate sustainability criteria and thus exclude companies we consider unsustainable," she says.

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