LD Fonde wants external managers to push companies in a more sustainable direction

The Danish pension investor is likely to exclude investments in coal companies in the near future but won't reject investing in oil companies.

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LD Fonde, which is soon to manage up to EUR billion (DKK 100 billion) in frozen holiday savings on behalf of the Danish workforce, wants the companies it invests in to move in a more sustainable direction, writes Danish business daily Børsen Pro.

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