Worthwhile Capital appoints advisors with IMF and G7 experience and expands sales team

The EU Taxonomy will become part of the Non-Financial Reporting Directive, which means that institutional investors will also have to report on their exposure to unsustainable economic activities, according to partner at Worthwhile Capital Kerim Kaskal's assessment. Worthwhile Capital is expanding its team to meet the demand for sustainable investing that the policy initiative will create, he says.

Christian Andersson (L) and Kerim Kaskal, founder and partner of Worthwhile Capital Partners. | Photo: Worthwhile PR.

Worthwhile Capital Partners, the Nordic placement agent focusing on sustainable investing, is expanding its sales force and has appointed two members to join its new senior advisory board.

The company expects pension funds and life insurers across Europe to find it increasingly difficult to generate sufficient returns which can match the liabilities of their customers – who will grow increasingly older in the next ten years.

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