AP7: Investors need to roll up their sleeves and stick with high emitters

Sweden’s second-biggest pension fund is concerned that many investors are flocking to exclusion rather than engaging.

AP7 CEO Richard Gröttheim | Photo: PR/AP7

The default pension fund in the Swedish premium pension system AP7 urges asset owners to keep high-emitting holdings in their portfolio in order to help them transition towards a low-carbon future economy, writes IPE, citing a column i Swedish daily DN by AP7 CEO Richard Gröttheim and Johan Florén, head of ESG and communication.

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