When looking five years into the future, global investors expect to double their sustainable investments, according to a survey made by the major asset manager Blackrock among its 425 largest clients in 27 countries, including Denmark, according to Danish newspaper Børsen.
The replies coming from the respondents, who altogether hold assets amounting to USD 25,000bn (EUR 20,615bn), indicate that the current 18 percent global exposure towards ESG-friendly investments will rise to around 37 percent in the next five years.
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