KLP in pursuit of more women to manage pension savings

Norwegian municipal pension provider has not been successful in attracting female employees to investment jobs.

Håvard Gulbrandsen, chief executive of KLP Kapitalforvaltning. | Photo: PR

Norwegian-based pension fund Kommunal Landspensjonskasse (KLP) is stepping up its efforts to boost the number of female employees in its investment arm KLP Kapitalforvaltning.

The pension fund has pledged to increase the proportion of women to 40 percent in the investment unit by 2023, but has so far only reached a percentage in the upper 20s, according to news site IPE.

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