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Five Nordic investors included in this year's UN PRI Leaders Group

This year, the United Nations' Principles for Responsible Investment (UN PRI) has pointed out a number of leaders among its signatories. This time, five Nordic investors are included among the appointed leaders against eight in 2019.

Christina Olivecrona, Senior Sustainability Analyst at AP2. | Photo: PR/AP2

For the second time, United Nations' Principles for Responsible Investment (UN PRI) has appointed a number of investors among its more than 3,000 signatories that stand out.

This year's 16 asset owners and 20 investment managers that have been appointed include five Nordic investors: Danish Pension fund Akademikerpension (former MP Pension), Swedish buffer fund AP2, Sweden's state owned development financier Swedfund International and from Finland the pension funds Ilmarinen and Varma.

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