PKA invests EUR 134m in green bonds

The Danish pension fund allocates significant assets to the green transition in the Netherlands.

PKA CEO Peter Damgaard Jensen | Photo: PKA PR

The Dutch state has issued green bonds totaling EUR 6bn, waking PKA's interest. The Danish pension company has invested EUR 134m in the bonds, PKA writes in a press release.

"This is a very good example of allowing the private sector and pension companies to contribute to the green transition. This investment provides the Dutch state with the necessary capital to invest in a green future, and it allows us to make a reliable, low-risk investment on behalf of our members," PKA CEO Peter Damgaard Jensen states in the press release.

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