Sampension refuses to allow green NGOs to dictate investment profile

Taking responsibility for the green transition is not about throwing carbon-heavy industries out into the cold, says Deputy CIO at Sampension Jesper Nørgaard.

Deputy CIO at Sampension Jesper Nørgaard | Photo: PR/ Sampension

If you want to contribute to the green transition as an investor, the best way to do so is to use your influence and push companies in the right direction, Sampension's Deputy CIO Jesper Nørgaard writes in a debate column in Danish financial media Børsen Pro.

Sampension manages DKK 340bn (EUR 45.7bn) on behalf of its clients and, like many other pension companies, is working to make its portfolio more sustainable.

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