Storebrand sees no need to wait for taxonomy - prefers proactive stance on sustainability

Storebrand Group CEO Odd Arild Grefstand says the strong drivers of the green transition at the UN and EU and on a national and municipal level are the reason Storebrand invests as it does, not taxonomies.

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Storebrand's own operations have been climate neutral since 2009, mostly due to cuts to emissions and compensating for emissions the investment group could not cut in the short term.

However, they still have work to do when it comes to their portfolios.

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