Report: Swedish pension funds unable to fully assess sustainability risks in alternatives as methods lack

The fact that Swedish pension funds are investing growing amounts of money in alternatives raises the problem of poorer ESG standards in this asset class, a new report from Söderberg & partners pinpoints.

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Pension funds in Sweden are increasing their alternative investments, but the quality of their sustainability management for these investments is poorer than efforts made for traditional asset classes.

This is one of the main conclusions in a new report from Nordic consultancy Söderberg & Partners, described in an article on investors' newssite

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