KLP's head of sustainability leaves

Norwegian pension company's ESG-veteran leaves after 13 years to join Aker Horizons.

Photo: PR / KLP

Norwegian pension company KLP is saying goodbye to Jeanett Bergan, its head of responsible investments, after 13 years.

In a Linkedin post she writes that she is starting a new position at sustainable investment company Aker Horizons, which is majority-owned by listed Norwegian industrial investment group Aker. She will have the title of sustainability director. Her last day at KLP was May 31.

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