It would hurt both the returns and the green transition if Danish pension companies shut the door on the dirtier companies in the race to become as green as possible, concludes Denmark's biggest pension company, ATP, which to a large extent is backed by pension executives from PFA, PKA and Akademikerpension.
In an interview about a new 2023 strategy, CEO Bo Foged explains that ATP doesn't mind utilities operating within coal, oil and gas – that's if they clearly demonstrate a willingness to move towards a greener profile.
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