Hasselgren:"Sustainable doesn't mean flawless"

The availability of ESG data is huge today. That increases the need for higher quality data for better implementation into the investment process. As Arabesque AM's focus, this is what drove Ulrika Hasselgren to join the ESG-focused quant manager as its new head of Nordics, she tells AMWatch in an interview.

"What interested me with Arabesque is that this is exactly what they try to work on; to create and show relevant data" says Ulrika Hasselgren. | Photo: Gregers Tycho/ERH

Ulrika Hasselgren was recently appointed as head of Nordics and head of Europe for Corporates and Sovereigns at green quant manager Arabesque Asset Management, as reported by AMWatch.

She left Danske Bank last summer, where she served as global head of sustainability and impact investment for two and a half years.

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