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Erik Penser Bank launches sustainable impact equity fund

Swedish private bank Erik Penser Bank is adding a new sustainable fund with a social profile to its fund offering. The 'Penser Sustainable Impact' fund combines sustainability analysis with investment methodology while also making a societal impact.

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Erik Penser Bank – a private and independent bank established by well-known Swedish businessman Erik Penser – is launching a new sustainable impact equity fund that will also contribute one percent of its return to community projects for vulnerable children in Sweden.

The 'Penser Sustainable Impact fund' will be the most sustainable fund in Sweden, the bank claims. It will combine "a world-leading sustainability analysis with a proven investment methodology and also contribute to a real community impact", according to a press release.

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