Jyske Capital leads the way on active ownership within Danish mortgage bonds

Denmark’s third-largest asset manager has started engaging with the Danish mortgage banks to achieve greater transparency on CO2 emissions.

Christian Betz, head of risk and sustainability at Jyske Capital and Allan W. Larsen, head of mortgage bonds at Jyske Capital. | Photo: PR/Jyske Bank

When it comes to engagement on climate change, asset managers often turn to big alliances like Climate Action 100+.

But on the DKK 3,400bn (EUR 457bn) Danish mortgage market, Jyske Capital has started engaging directly with the issuers.

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