ATP predicts green portfolio boom – while defending fossil fuel investments with an expiration date

The Danish state-owned pension fund has been repeatedly criticized for not having a sufficiently green approach to investments, which is why ATP has invited FinansWatch for a talk behind the scenes to explain its ideas on how to incorporate an environmental dimension into investments.

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Measured by value of managed assets, ATP is one of the biggest institutions not only on the Danish investment scene, but internationally. ATP's massive investment potential lends the company a significant voice among investors.

With size comes responsibility, and ATP considers itself accountable for more than just yielding a decent return for future generations.

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