DNB hires consultants to assess Article 9 fund

71 percent of the holdings in DNB Miljøinvest portfolio have been vetted, and DNB is happy with the findings.

Laura McTavish, analyst at DNB Asset Management | Photo: PR

Norway's largest banking group DNB has hired international analytics company ISS-ESG to find out how sustainable its Article 9 fund, DNB Miljøinvest, really is.

ISS-ESG calculates "potential avoided emissions" and has concluded that the portfolio is able to save the equivalent of five tonnes of CO2 per million euros invested relative to its benchmark.

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