Alecta claims lower carbon emissions than peers in new analysis

The Swedish occupational company has compared CO2 emissions from its equity portfolio to that of other domestic pension companies' traditional portfolios.

Magnus Billing, Alecta's CEO

Swedish pension fund Alecta has analyzed the carbon footprint of its own and its domestic peers' traditional pension portfolios. It has concluded that the equity holdings in its traditional pension portfolio Alecta Optimal Pension emit less CO2 than the larger domestic competitors in the occupational pension space, according to a statement.

The comparison covers Scope 1 and Scope 2 data for carbon footprint from the equity portions in traditional pension insurance from AMF, Folksam, KPA Pension, Länsförsäkringar, Skandia, SEB and SPP.

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