Just under 1 in 4 retail investors consider sustainability

Younger investors are more interested in sustainable investing, a Danske Invest survey shows.

Robert Mikkelstrup, CEO, Danske Invest | Photo: Danske Bank/PR

23 percent of retail investors have actively chosen to think about sustainability when constructing their portfolios, a Danske Invest survey finds. Danske Bank's fund management arm asked just under 1000 Danes whether their investments are more sustainable today than they were three years ago.

"This is a development that Danske Invest has done a lot to support over the past few years, where we have gained more and more funds with a focus on sustainability considerations and responsible investments. We are convinced that this is in the best interests of both investors and society," says CEO at Danske Invest Robert Mikkelstrup in a press release.

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