Niche products unable to solve global issues, claims major Swedish fund provider

SPP Fonder Head of Sustainability: Investors need more large scale investment solutions, not more niche ESG products, to help achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

SPP Fonder Head of Sustainability Johanna Landberg. | Photo: PR

Development of investment strategies, that enable investors to move money faster and at a greater scale, is required to achieve the UN 2030 agenda, says SPP Fonder Head of Sustainability Johanna Landberg.

The fund provider, which is a subsidiary of Norwegian company Storebrand Asset Management, attracted roughly 20 percent of the Swedish fund market inflow in 2018.

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