Danish pension fund doubles green investments

Since New Year's, Danske Bank's pension arm Danica Pension has practically doubled its climate-friendly investments, and this will not impede returns, says CEO Ole Krogh Petersen.

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Danish pension company Danica Pension's green investments have grown from DKK 10.3 billion (EUR 1.38 billion) to DKK 19.6 billion so far this year.

The company sees itself obliged to participate in the green energy transition, Danica Chief Executive Ole Krogh Petersen tells domestic newspaper Berlingske, adding that he's confident in long-term returns from climate-friendly investments:

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