Three green proposals unanimously adopted at AP Pension AGM

At the pension fund’s AGM, savers put forth three proposals regarding sustainability, all of which were adopted. AP Pension will now ramp up pressure on the banks it invests in, among other things.

Bo Normann Rasmussen, chief executive of AP Pension | Photo: PR/AP Pension

AP Pension’s annual general meeting has come and gone, and members have voted, and adopted, three proposals made by clients with the intention to push the pension firm in a more sustainable direction.

In times when green agendas are gaining ground at pension firms’ AGMs, AP Pension has therefore become an example of a firm where the idea of making the investment universe more green has made it past the gate.

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