Nordea manager leaped from product development to ESG analysis: "A financial background is important to identify sustainable investment risks"

Going from product development to responsible investments is quite a change in setting. But what was the biggest adjustment for Katarina Hammar, Co-head of Responsible Investments at Nordea Asset Management? AMWatch turned to her for the answer.

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Active ownership, engaging with companies and meeting with management teams can easily fill up your schedule when you work in responsible investments.

Especially at Nordea Asset Management which has EUR 2.5bn in AUM in so-called Stars products – its sustainable product offering.

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