Bankinvest reproaches coal mines

Danish asset manager Bankinvest is sorting through its investments with plans to abandon companies that generate more than 25 percent of their revenue fro coal mining. The company has added 96 companies to its exclusion list.
Photo: Federico Gambarini/AP/Ritzau Scanpix
Photo: Federico Gambarini/AP/Ritzau Scanpix

Bankinvest's exclusion list has grown significantly. While the list already included human rights, environment, and cluster munition, the company has recently added coal mining.

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