Danish pension provider invests in microfinance initiative for women in developing countries

Danish pension provider PBU has invested in a Nordic microfinance initiative aimed to provide women in developing countries with improved opportunities to influence their own future.

NMI is active in India and other developing countries. | Photo: PR: Nordic Microfinance Initiative

With an investment of EUR 13m in a microfinance initiative, Danish pension provider Pædagogernes Pension has made a strong social contribution. The intention is to enable women in developing countries to influence their own future.

With its investment in a microfinance fund in the Nordic Microfinance Initiative (NMI), Pædagogernes Pension (PBU) is strengthening the social aspect of its investment profile, according to a press release from PBU.

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