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PFA's climate product pulls in EUR 67m of savings

One in four of Danish pension provider PFA's customers who have used the company's investment guide over the last one and a half months has moved their savings to the sustainable Climate Plus product.

Carsten Holdum, pension economist at PFA Pension. | Photo: PR/PFA

Danish pension provider PFA has had its sustainable pension savings product, Climate Plus, on the shelves for the last one and a half month. A rough total of DKK 500m (EUR 67m) has been moved info the new product, reports Danish newspaper Jyllands Posten.

"We pose questions about customers' stance on climate in our investment guide, and, depending on their answers, we recommend that a portion of the pension be put into Climate Plus. Thus far around one in four customers to have taken the investment guide during the period has decided to move some of their savings to Climate Plus," says Carsten Holdum, pension economist at PFA Pension, to the media.

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