Danske Invest prepares for EU taxonomy: "Labels will play a more important role"

82 of Danske Invest's funds are now certified by Luxflag's ESG Label. Danske Invest will continue maximizing its offering of funds either verified or labeled by external parties. Head of Sustainable Investment refutes this being a marketing ploy and argues that the fund company's recent years of extensive work within ESG have made it possible.

Danske Bank Head Of Sustainable Investment Erik Eliasson | Photo: PR/Danske Bank

Sustainable investment funds are currently attracting the lion's share of new inflow at most Nordic-based asset managers. But with more asset managers herding in the same direction in terms of investment strategy offerings, the ability to stand out is becoming increasingly scarce.

As a result, more asset managers turn to third-party labels to have their ESG efforts certified.

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