Schroders' flagship survey draws counterintuitive conclusions

Sustainable funds are all Swedish investors want to talk about, but a Schroders Global Investor Study of investors in 33 countries places them last when it comes to positive attitudes about only investing in sustainable funds. "This is indeed counterintuitive," says Henrik Jonsson, the manager's head of Nordics.

"It's indeed not intuitive," says Henrik Jonsson, head of Nordics at UK asset manager Schroders | Photo: PR / Schroders/Håkan Målbäck

Schroders Global Investor Study has surveyed over 23,000 people from 33 locations globally, and the results show that only 36 percent of the quizzed Swedish investors say they have "positivity around investing in only sustainable funds around the world". This is the lowest of the 33 country sample. Denmark is at 26th place with 47 percent.

Thailand tops the list with 76 percent, followed by India and China at 74 percent.

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