Nordea on sustainability: "We look at the facts"

Nordea has evaluated on various sustainable investment strategies with the intention of clarifying whether excluding or influencing firms is more profitable.

Nordea's Head of Asset & Wealth Management and Branch Manager Snorre Storset | Photo: PR / NORDEA

Nordea's Head of Asset & Wealth Management and Branch Manager Snorre Storset in Norway tells AMWatch' Norwegian sister media FinansWatch that it was important to map the importance of active ownership and the possibilities currently existing and figuring out what the best strategy is from now on.

"There's various ways of doing this. But we can conclude that being active and having dialogs with the firms more effective than opting out of the firms, Storset says and carries on:

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