Five Swedish, two Finnish and one Norwegian investors included in the first PRI Leaders’ Group – Danish funds are conspicuous by their absence

In its assessment, the PRI focused on identifying investors with excellent responsible investment practices in selecting and monitoring external investment managers and their operations in listed equities and private equity.

PRI has hosted the seminar PRI in Person in Paris in the past two days. | Photo: PRI ASSOCIATION

Eight Nordic institutional investors have been included in the first listing of PRI Leaders’ Group.

Whilst five Swedish, two Finnish and one Norwegian investors have been included in the group, Denmark or Iceland remain unrepresented.

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