After two years of preparation: Robur launches dark green prestige fund

Sweden's largest fund manager is launching a climate impact fund with Swedbank's insurance unit as anchor investor. "We've had some great interest from larger investors and are in close contact with several potential investors that have expressed an interest," the new fund's portfolio manager tells AMWatch.

Linnea Zanetti, portfolio manager, Swedbank Robur | Photo: PR / Swedbank Robur

Today, Swedbank Robur launches a new global ESG fund that will be classified as a dark green product according to the EU's recently implemented disclosure regulation.

The bank's subsidiary Swedbank Insurance, with an AUM of SEK 200bn (EUR 19.7bn) and 1.2 million customers in Sweden, is an anchor investor. The fund is called Swedbank Robur Climate Impact and has been launched to meet the demand for savings alternatives with a clear focus on climate change.

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