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Danish Blackrock exec wants to measure temperature impact of investment funds

The co-head of Blackrock's European operations, Christian Hyldahl, believes that clients should be able to see the climate damage or benefits caused by equity and bond funds. Climate researchers are celebrating, while Danish funds await further details. 

Retail investors should be warned about the consequences for the climate when placing money in an investment fund, says Christian Hyldahl, co-head of Continental Europe and head of Nordics at the world's largest asset manager, Blackrock. | Photo: Bidstrup Stine/Ritzau Scanpix

Retail investors should be warned about the consequences for the climate when placing money in an investment fund, says Christian Hyldahl, co-head of Continental Europe and head of Nordics at the world's largest asset manager, Blackrock.

He wants to label funds to make their impact on the global temperature clear.

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