After tripling of green bond investments in 2019: Länsförsäkringar aims even higher for 2020

The company's green bonds made up 8.3 percent of all assets at the end of January this year, the Head of Responsible Investments says to AMWatch.

Kristofer Dreiman, Head of Responsible Investments at Länsförsäkringar. | Photo: PR / Länsförsäkringar

Swedish pensions and insurance group Länsförsäkringar plans to significantly boost its portfolio of green and sustainable bonds by the end of 2020, according to the company’s head of responsible investments Kristofer Dreiman.

"Our goal for this year is that 13 percent of our assets under management totaling EUR 12.27 billion will be invested in these type of bonds, and at the same time, we will contribute to a subset of the UN Sustainable Development Goals," Dreiman says to AMWatch.

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