Formuepleje CIO weighs in: Long exclusion lists move focus away from the real problem

The green transition will not be achieved by ruling out, but by counting in, investments, says CIO at Formuepleje Henrik Franck, adding his two cents to the debate about pension companies' exclusion lists. Climate NGO AnsvarligFremtid highlights that investors need a way to put pressure on firms.

Henrik Franck, CIO, Formuepleje | Photo: PR / Formuepleje

Investments in new technology and green solutions are the way forward, not divestment strategies, says Henrik Franck, CIO at Danish asset manger Formuepleje.

In this sense, he agrees with Aarhus University professor Peter Løchte Jørgensen, who recently criticized the pension sector for focusing too much on excluding companies rather than impacting them, pushing them and the world in a better direction.

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