PFA: “We are paving the road whilst driving on it – Climate Plus is ready to fly but continuously under development”

Come June this year, pension savers at Danish pension fund PFA will be able to actively impact the planet by reducing CO2 emissions through investing savings in the market rate product Climate Plus. Most details are in place, but some still need to be hammered out as the deadline draws closer. AMWatch talked to PFA Asset Management CEO Christian Lindstrøm Lage.

“A lot of the pension products in the climate-oriented range have had some shortcomings until now. They have either not been a balanced mandate or not been adjusting risk along the way," PFA Asset Management CEO, Christian Lindstrøm Lage, says to AMWatch. | Photo: PR / PFA Asset Management

Addressing climate change can be done in many ways. One of the more efficient ones is to get large amounts of money to move in a climate friendly direction.

 This summer, PFA is offering their clients an opportunity to impact what PFA categorizes as “environmental issues” by investing their pension savings into companies that are either actively  trying to reduce their own negative impact on climate by reducing CO2 emissions, or whose product lines do not harm the planet or even mitigate climate change.

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