AP2 cleans up portfolio to align with Paris targets – and plans to continue

The adjustment of the buffer fund's portfolio includes both corporate bonds and equities worth approximately SEK 200bn (EUR 19.5bn). At the end of June 2020, AP2 managed assets totaling SEK 358bn (34.9bn).

CEO of AP2 Eva Halvarsson. | Photo: AP2 PR.

Sweden's AP2 buffer fund has aligned its internally-managed indices and portfolios for foreign equities and corporate bonds to meet the 1.5 degree target in the Paris Agreement.

The adjustment has been made during autumn this year, the fund announces.

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