Changing perception of sustainability creates new champions on Nordic stock exchanges

There are companies that the investment community did not previously consider to be champions of sustainability but are presently in the midst of implementing circular economics, says Sindre Sørbye, partner at Arctic Fund Management.

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A thorough assessment of larger, diversified companies’ forward-looking positions is central to evaluating their approaches to ESG criteria," says Sindre Sørbye, portfolio manager and partner at Oslo-based Arctic Fund Management.

"Doing one's homework properly plays a vital role here. Responsible investment and responsible ownership go hand in hand, meaning that you really have to know and engage with the companies you are investing in," Sørbye underlines.

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