No females left in Nordea top management despite launch of gender diversity fund

Earlier this year, Nordea Asset Management launched a fund that looks at diversity across management levels for potential investments but the exit of Chief People Officer leaves an all male Nordea General Executive Management.

No females remain in Nordea's group management after Karen Tobiasen has left the bank. | Photo: Thomas Emil Sørensen/ERH

Sustainable investments will play a major role in the future. Consequently, companies that are willing and able to allocate additional resources to gender diversity will benefit.

This was the reasoning behind the launch of a new fund by Nordea Asset Management, focusing on corporate gender diversity, said one of the managers behind Nordea's "Global Gender Diversity" strategy, when the strategy was launched in June.

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