NAM's new responsible investments head is fighting to keep the major money manager ahead of rivals who "woke up yesterday and suddenly went green"

Eric Pedersen has taken over the reigns as head of responsible investments at Nordea Asset Management. He is fighting to maintain the Nordic bank's position in an area attracting more and more players.

Eric Pedersen, Head of Responsible Investments at Nordea Asset Management. | Photo: Nordea press photo

Eric Pedersen describes his new position as his dream job.

As head of Nordea Asset Management's (NAM) department for responsible investments, Pedersen's position is in line with current trends unlike any other in the financial sector today. At the same time, it is an area he has worked with for many years in his old job as head of the Danish department of Nordea Funds.

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