Less than 1% of Danish pension funds' bonds are green

Green bonds are not yet dominating the books at the big Danish pension funds. Several pension funds expect to invest more in sustainable bonds in the future, however.

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Green bonds have been a hot topic of conversation for the past year. But sustainable bonds make up less than 1 percent of Danish pension funds' total bond investments, Børsen writes after interviewing nine pension funds.

All of the nine pension funds interviewed, which included the nine biggest pension funds excluding ATP, expect to increase their investments in green bonds in the future, however.

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