SEB IM scraps 'sustainable' from product names as new policy overhauls fund offering

As part of its updated sustainability policy, some fund names will be changed during the coming year. That means that words such as sustainable and sustainability will disappear from the names.

SEB Investment Management is changing some of its fund names this year as part of SEB’s new sustainability policy. Words such as sustainable and sustainability will disappear from the names, the company informs in a statement.

Head of SEB Investment Management Javiera Ragnartz notes that the reform is part of SEB harmonizing the sustainability ambitions of its funds.

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