Danish FSA's climate concerns a headache for the pension sector

Danish grass roots movement Ansvarlig Fremtid and industry association Forsikring & Pension fear that too much finger wagging and incompatible rules could affect the pension sector's investments in the green transition.

Forsikring & Pension CEO Kent Damsgaard | Photo: Gregers Tycho/ERH

The Danish pension sector and grass roots movement Ansvarlig Fremtid (Responsible Future) fear that a recent announcement made by the Danish FSA may have consequences for the pension sector's participation in the green transition.

Just before the summer, the Danish FSA (Finanstilsynet) warned the Danish pension sector to keep an eye on the risks involved when allocating more and more pension savings to green and sustainable investments.

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