Realdania picks two managers for mission-related mandates

Danish philanthropic organization has awarded two asset managers with impact mandates.

Realdania's CIO Kenneth Lillelund Winther. | Photo: Claus Bjørn Larsen / Realdania

Realdania has found two managers to handle mission-related investments.

The DKK 25bn (EUR 3.4bn) Danish philanthropic organization has teamed up with Dutch NN Investment Partners (NN IP), acquired by Goldman Sachs last year, and invested in their Enhanced Sustainability Strategy. At the same time, a listed equity impact mandate has been awarded to Anglo-South African asset management business Ninety One, formerly known as Investec Asset Management.

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