Insurance group Folksam now has four percent of its total assets invested in green bonds, following a recent USD 350 million(EUR 299 million) investment in notes issued by the World Bank.
The Swedish life, non-life and pensions group said it acquired the large tranche of green bonds in an exclusive process via the World Bank's private sector agency IFC.
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