PFA, sees no reason to sell its oil equities. The corona-related oil crisis, and critics who say that PFA should be more socially responsible and invest in green energy, have made no difference.
"We do not disagree that we need to back up the Paris Agreement. We do not disagree about the goal - we disagree about the methods. We also fundamentally believe that if companies don't fall in line with the Paris agreement, they will be badly-positioned and lose money," emphasizes Kasper Ahrnt Lorenzen, group investment director at PFA.
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