"We can make responsibility and high returns go hand in hand"

Danish pension fund for humanities and psychology graduates, MP Pension, has divested listed oil equities worth DKK 644 million (EUR 86.3 million). Looking forward, the pension fund will aim to be even more responsible without sacrificing returns.

Photo: PR/MP Pension

Green investments are the new black.

That certainly seems to be the view of Danish pension fund for humanists and psychologists, MP Pension, which has opted to quit its investments in oil, thermal coal and tar sands before the end of 2020 in order to end its engagement in enterprises that do not comply with the Paris Climate Accord's goals.

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