Swedbank Robur takes further steps towards realizing sustainability goals

Swedbank Robur, which aims to align with the Paris Agreement and turn its investments carbon neutral early on, has revamped its responsible investment policy.

"We are now taking yet another big step by expanding our criteria for exclusion of fossil fuel companies to encompass coal, gas and oil operations," says Liza Jonson, CEO of Swedbank Robur. | Photo: Swedbank Robur/PR

Swedbank Robur has updated its policy for responsible investments with effect from 1 Jan. 2021.

The company has expanded its strategy for opting out of fossil fuels. Aside from opting out of coal, the strategy also includes opting out of oil, gas and power production using fossil fuels.

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