Danske bank adjusts index funds to Paris-aligned MSCI indices

Billions of euros are flowing into sustainable investments. In Q1 2021, 50 percent of all fund investments in Europe were sustainable. Now, Danske Bank AM is following suit.

Danske Bank Asset Management CIO Thomas Otbo | Photo: PR / Danske Bank

Danske Bank is taking the plunge and becoming the leading Danish bank for offering the EU's greenest funds, which aim to mitigate climate change.

The bank is converting a number of index funds with a total AUM of EUR 4.3bn (DKK 32bn) to follow the sustainable MSCI index.

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