Fast-growing asset manager unveils its first ‘Paris Aligned’ funds

Swedbank Robur has now classified five funds as aligned with the Paris Agreement, based on the EU Sustainable Finance climate benchmark guidelines. Most of the EUR 102.9bn asset manager's 2020 inflow stems from its sustainable strategies.

"Transparency and the possibility to compare climate footprints of different kinds of funds are a central part of our work with sustainability," says Liza Jonson, CEO of Swedbank Robur. | Photo: Swedbank Robur/PR

Sweden's second-largest asset manager, Swedbank Robur, has classified five of its funds as "Paris Aligned".

The initiative aims to create transparency for clients who want to invest with the climate in focus, the company writes in a press statement.

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