Danish pension fund allots EUR 672m to sustainable equity mandate

PKA is joining forces with a London-based ESG asset manager to create a new sustainable equity strategy targeting companies that are good at reducing carbon emissions, water usage and waste.

Michael Nellemann Pedersen, CIO at PKA. | Photo: PR/ PKA

Danish pension firm PKA partners with Osmosis Investment Management and Nykredit Portefølje Administration to launch a customized Resource Efficient Global Core Equity Strategy.

PKA has allocated around DKK 5bn (EUR 672m) to the strategy that aims to reduce environmental exposure to carbon, water and waste while simultaneously targeting a better risk-adjusted return.

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