Nasdaq launches new green labels for listed companies

To help investors identify sustainable companies, Nasdaq has introduced two new green labels that will be given to companies fulfilling green criteria.

Carsten Borring, Assistant Vice President at Nasdaq Copenhagen | Photo: Casper Dalhoff/ERH

Demand for sustainable investment products has increased dramatically over the past years, but both private and institutional clients are still struggling to figure out which investments are sustainable.

Nasdaq is now trying to help investors by introducing two green labels to make it easier to hand-pick green companies on the Nordic stock exchanges, says Carsten Borring, assistant vice president at Nasdaq Copenhagen, adding:

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