Storebrand launches thematic fund

The Norwegian pension and insurance provider's new equity fund is geared toward customers seeking investments within urban carbon reduction and smart digital solutions.

Photo: Foto: Lise Eide Risanger

Since 2018, investment product Sustainable Cities has been available for Storebrand's pension customers. Now the fund is being made accessible to anyone.

The fund is premised on the forecast that 70 percent of the world's population will live in cities by 2050. This will require improved urban planning and smart development. Storebrand says companies making cities more livable have great growth potential.

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