Sampension invests DKK 120 million in green bonds

The Danish pension fund views the Nordic Investment Bank environmental bonds deal as a safe investment that fits in well with its direct investments.

Hasse Jørgensen, CEO of Sampension | Photo: Sampension

Sampension has recently invested DKK 120 million (EUR 16.1 million) in green bonds from the Nordic Investment Bank (NIB), which is owned by the Nordic and Baltic countries, according to a report in FinansWatch.

"This is not our first investment in green bonds. It's really quite simple – the price is right, and it's a good path to choose. Sustainable investments and stable long-term returns go hand in hand, Hasse Jørgensen, CEO of Sampension, says in an announcement.

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