Danish pension companies are lagging behind the Swedes on ESG - some more than others

Two Danish pension companies are failing on their ESG efforts according to a new overview comparing seven pension funds by Swedish pension broker Söderberg & Partners.

Vivian Byrholt, CEO at Topdanmark Livsforsikring, is not happy with the pension company's ranking in the new survey. | Photo: PR/Topdanmark

Two Danish pension companies, Velliv and Topdanmark, are failing in their attempts to handle ESG and sustainability, Swedish pension broker Söderberg & Partners concludes in a new report on the ESG efforts at seven of the largest Danish pension companies.

Söderberg & Partners has reviewed how the pension companies use their financial power to proactively influence the companies it invests in in terms of environmental, social and governance factors.

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