Enter Fonder devises ways to gauge emission cuts

It is better to monitor just how much companies are managing to trim from their carbon emissions than to focus on the size of their current carbon footprint alone, according to the Stockholm-based fund management firm.

Jon Hyltner, equtiy fond manager at Enter Fonder | Photo: PR

Jon Hyltner, equity fund manager at Enter Fonder in Stockholm, observes that the more prominent the role of ESG (environmental, social and governance issues) becomes within institutional investment, the stronger the demand for detailed and sophisticated data grows.

The current intensity measurements recommended by the Swedish Investment Fund Association (SIFA) are a blunt and non-dynamic tool for looking at a company’s carbon footprint, Hyltner tells AMWatch on a recent visit to the fund management company.

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