Significant support for eco-certified mutual fund

Denmark's Bankinvest books sales record in its new sustainable investment fund. According to the asset manager, retail investors have purchased an unprecedented number of shares.

Bankinvest's CEO, Lars Bo Bertram. | Photo: PR/Bankinvest

Bankinvest's new mutual fund Globale Aktier Bæredygtig Udvikling (Global Stocks Sustainable Development) has sold certificates worth nearly DKK 2.6 billion (EUR 349 million). This is the largest subscription for a new equity product ever, writes the asset manager in a press release.

More specifically, the fund has issued new emissions worth DKK 2,635 million.

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