Danske Bank is setting a new and more more ambitious sustainability objective for investing its customer's money. DKK 230bn (EUR 30.9bn) are currently invested in light-green funds, and that figure must increase to DKK 400bn in 2023.
"We want to put pressure on ourselves by setting specific goals for short, medium and long-term investments. Already in 2023, we want up to 70 percent of our assets under management and 85 percent our assets in Dansk Invest funds to be invested within themes of sustainability. We think this is a reasonable target," says Danske Bank Asset Management Chief Executive Christian Heiberg.
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