Nordic Ecolabel only given to Swedish funds. The other countries will follow, Nordic Ecolabel says

Since the early October 2017, it has been possible for investment funds to become Certified Sustainable by the Nordic Ecolabel. So far, only Swedish funds have been certified. It's a matter of time, Nordic Ecolabel tells AMWatch.

Swedish funds have been the first to get the Nordic Ecolabel

You know it from your shampoo, from your toilet paper and many other everyday items. The Nordic ecolabel is tied into consumer awareness. Therefore, the Nordic Ecolabel also decided that it was time to enter the financial markets with certification so that customers could also easily find sustainable investment funds through the classic green brand picturing a swan.

Following a consultation process and much more work, certification became a reality in October 2017. And the start was a great success, says Per Sandell, Product Manager at Nordic Ecolabelling Swan label in Sweden to AMWatch.

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