Danish pension CEOs are optimistic: Green billion euro promise aims to bring the rest of the world on board

Danish pension companies are well-positioned and able to lead global climate change mitigation and to bring investors from other countries along, said three pension execs in a panel discussion during the annual assembly at Forsikring & Pension.

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Last month when the Danish pension industry announced to be ready to allocate EUR 46.8bn to green and sustainable investments, it was a signal that not only does Denmark seek to be a front-runner; the Danish pension industry is already ahead, enabling Denmark to pave the way to pension companies and other investors across the globe.

Three optimistic pension CEOs made this statement on Thursday in a panel discussion at Forsikring & Pension's annual assembly entitled "How the industry can make Denmark a green super power."

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