Active ownership: Nordic pension funds worlds apart on voting approaches

Norwegian pension fund KLP has for years published how it votes at AGMs around the world. Other pension funds in the Nordic region are now following suit, but not everyone sees much reason to be so transparent.


Research by AMWatch reveals that while several Scandinavian pension funds are well on their way to becoming more transparent about how they vote at Annual General Meetings (AGMs), others see no need to go public with the information.

Danish ATP is one of the pension funds that are ready to disclose all votes. In order to realize this, ATP has opted to set up a publicly accessible database containing ATP's votes at the various AGMs.

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