Denmark's largest commercial pension company, PFA, is lagging behind when it comes to the implementation of new sustainability disclosure requirements which came into force on March 10.
PFA Invest only publishes a small amount of information about the sustainability of its underlying funds, in contrast to funds managed by Danske Invest, Bankinvest and a number of other Danish asset managers, which have long categorized their products and disclosed information in line with the new regulation.
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