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First two Nordic institutions join Biodiversity Pledge

The first two Nordic financial institutions have joined the Finance for Biodiversity Pledge among eleven new signatories. The new total of 37 financial institutions represents 13 countries spanning across Australia, Europe and North America.

Signatories of the Finance for Biodiversity Pledge collectively commit to collaborating, engaging, assessing their own biodiversity impact, setting targets and reporting on biodiversity by 2024 at the latest. | Photo: Pexels.

Sweden's largest fund manager Swedbank Robur and Danish pension fund PKA have become the first Nordic signatories of the Finance for Biodiversity Pledge. The new total of 37 financial institutions represents 13 countries spanning across Australia, Europe and North America.

The banks, asset managers, insurers and impact funds collectively commit to collaborating, engaging, assessing their own biodiversity impact, setting targets and reporting on biodiversity by 2024 at the latest. 

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