Surprised by being awarded the lowest mark in the 2017 sustainability report produced by independent adviser Söderberg & Partners, the SEK 774 billion (EUR 79.4 billion) pension provider Alecta, has criticized the basis for the review’s judgement.
In a commentary on its website, Alecta – Sweden's largest pension fund – says it welcomes the review, calling the study "good and important" with its audits and comparisons of sustainability work in the pensions industry.
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