Former CIO dedicates next decade to sustainable agenda push

After 15 years at Skandia, CIO Morten Halborg wants to dedicate his career to bridging the gap between the pension funds' huge investment capital and sustainable projects that have a positive impact in the world in terms of ESG – environment, social and governance. How that is going to happen is yet to be decided.

Morten Hallborg says good-bye to Skandia on Friday. | Photo: PR

Last month, it was announced that Skandia's CIO, Morten Halborg, was not going to pursue his career at AP Pension which acquired Skandia at the turn of the year.

On Friday, he held his farewell reception at Skandia, where he has worked for most of his career.

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