ATP's green bond portfolio passes EUR 2bn

Denmark's pension giant ATP has just surpassed DKK 15bn (EUR 2bn) in green bond holdings, reports Danish business daily Børsen.

Jan Ritter, ATP Deputy Director | Photo: ATP PR

Following its recent purchase of green bonds issued by the European Investment Bank, major Danish pension fund ATP's holding in this asset class has just exceeded DKK 15bn (EUR 2bn), reports Danish business daily Børsen.

The media informs that these investments have been allocated since 2017. The capital streams sourced fro green bond investments is used to fund environmental projects, Børsen writes.

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