Head of Sustainable Investments Danske Bank, Ulrika Hasselgren, is in a pickle. She has only been with Danske Bank for two months and is already having to answer questions about Danica's -- and hence Danske Bank's -- stance on and integration of climate in investment processes in the past year.
In its recent report, local branch of the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), WWF Denmark, scrutinizes 17 of the largest Danish pension funds and their approach to climate in their investment processes. Danica scores three points out of 12 possible -- the same low score the company was given in the previous reports of 2016 and 2014.
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