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Danish FSA issues warning over SFDR implementation

The Danish FSA, Finanstilsynet, states that asset managers are using the EU’s sustainable finance disclosure regulation to signify quality, which is not the point of the legislation. In fact, the FSA states it is the opposite of what the EU intended.

Finnish pension giants keep close eye on Russia as Q1 concludes

Both Ilmarinen and Varma recorded a negative result for the first quarter of the year. Ilmarinen’s CEO highlights that it is increasingly important to be prepared for extraordinary situations, while Varma’s CIO predicts that the rest of 2022 will not look rosy for investors.

To avoid bankruptcy, Sri Lanka might need to get tougher on climate change

Sri Lanka risk defauling on its debt and needs to restructure it. According to Thede Ruest, head of EMD at Nordea Asset Management (NAM), the country has the unique chance to become the first country that has all its international bonds aligned to the Paris agreement. NAM wants to tie any restructuring plan to climate goals,

Banks to raise the bar for sustainable funds

Two large fund management companies are changing their standards for what can be labelled as sustainable in order to help consumers navigate the large amount of sustainable products on offer. Two more are open to the idea.

AMF invests in domestic energy firm

The Swedish pension company continues its focus on investing in unlisted businesses with innovative technology, buying 9% of the stocks in Polarium.

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