Robur stops using Nordic Swan Ecolabel in pursuit of more international approach

Sweden's largest fund manager is ditching the more "national" sustainability rating in favor of full focus on SFDR. But the Nordic Ecolabel organization still sees interest in its Swan label and believes it has a part to play, especially as the release of the SFDR technical standards has been postponed again.

Olof Neiglick, Swedbank Robur & Per Sandell, Nordic Swan Ecolabel | Photo: PR / Swedbank Robur & Nordic Swan Ecolabel

Sweden's largest fund manager, Swedbank Robur, has stopped using the Nordic Swan Eco-labelling system for its funds after four years.

The step was taken earlier in the autumn and is due to the EU's Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR), which came into effect in March this year.

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