A lot of cash chasing a limited number of green companies comes with its risks, says Odin's CIO

"Many firms that have good, sustainable business plans have not generated business yet but have managed to attract a lot of money," says Odin Fund Management's CIO Alexander Miller.

Alexander Miller, CIO of Odin Fund Management | Photo: PR / Odin Förvaltning

The ongoing growth in ESG investments is like a technical revolution, a massive change affecting virtually every company, says Odin Fund Management CIO Alexander Miller to AMWatch.

"There is a big demand for green funds but at the same time not that many companies are really green or sustainable. So, a lot of funds are chasing a few companies, which means that pricing-wise it is a bit crazy," Miller says and adds:

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