Sustainable funds attracted a third of new capital in 2019

In 2019, there was 2.5 times more growth in sustainable mutual funds than in 2018, and Finans Denmark expects to see more this year.

Birgitte Søgaard Holm, head of Investment and Savings at Finans Danmark. | Photo: Finans Danmark/PR

A third of new capital allocated to mutual funds in Europe went to a ESG-focused fund in 2019, and the growth is explosive, writes financial media Finans.

In Europe, EUR 121 billion (DKK 900 billion) was invested sustainably in 2019, which is 2.5 times as much as the previous year.

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