ESG chief fuses sustainability to investment in new role at Topdanmark

The Danish pension and insurance company's head of ESG, Andreas Stang, left compatriot pension firm PFA last year in order to push ESG even higher up on the investment agenda.

Det var bl.a. en uddannelsestur til Vietnam, der førte Andreas Stang på ESG-sporet. | Photo: PR

When Andreas Stang spoke with Danish pension and insurance company Topdanmark about possibly taking on a head of ESG role with the firm, he had already made plenty of considerations.

At the time, Stang worked in a substantially larger business as senior portfolio manager and head of ESG for Denmark's largest commercial pension provider, PFA – and was considering switching to a smaller player in terms of assets under management.

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