He brings with him three decades of sustainability experience to MP Pension

MP Pension wants to get a taste of its own medicine and make the pension company's operations sustainable, while at the same time pushing for more sustainability in the portfolio companies. To promote its two-sided objective, the pension fund has hired a man with decades' worth of experience in sustainability from both government, major industry players, the consultancy industry and now also the investment side of things.

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With the appointment of Claus Frier as CSR/ESG manager, Danish pension company MP Pension now has an in-house sustainability specialist with more than three decades worth of experience, as well as experience from just as many sectors.

Back in the 1990s, the trained biologist worked with sustainability as a public official under then Danish minister of the environment, Svend Auken. Later, Frier spent more than a decade incorporating sustainability principles at enzyme producer Novozymes, and now he joins the investor side, where he will spearhead their journey toward sustainability.

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