New Nordic ESG funds split over big tech exposure

While many Nordic mutual funds invest heavily in big tech stocks like Microsoft and Apple, a fund that was recently launched on the Swedish market doesn't include them in its portfolio.

Bjarne Graven Larsen, Qblue Balanced | Photo: BUNDGAARD CARSTEN/ERH

Former ATP CIO Bjarne Graven Larsen's recently-launched Qblue Balanced fund doesn't favor big tech stocks or other popular companies like Tesla.

The fund, Global Sustainable Leaders, was launched on the Swedish market in a collaboration with Max Matthiessen-owned manager Navigera, as reported by AMWatch.

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