Investors come across a myriad of open questions in ESG, says Swedbank Robur

Last year, Swedbank Robur discussed sustainability work and environmental issues with nearly 650 companies. Almost 450 of these are located outside of Sweden.

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One of the challenges in increasing sustainability in companies is that there are rarely ready answers available, says Erik Andersson, Head of Asset Management at Swedbank Robur.

“An example in this area may be an energy company that today is a major emitter of carbon dioxide, but which has a strategy to become carbon neutral within ten years. Should we own it or exclude it?” asks Andersson in Swedbank Robur’s newly published Sustainability Report 2019.

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