Danske Bank and Nordea see demand soar for responsible funds

Interest in responsible investment is on the rise in Denmark. Danske Bank and Nordea bear witness to the trend, according to news service Finans.

Sune Mortensen, head of investment products and advisory in Danske Bank | Photo: PR

Danes want to invest their savings in responsible investments -- a trend noted by major local banks Danske Bank and Nordea, according to a report from news service Finans.

Much more money than expected has been ploughed into Danske Bank's two so-called impact funds that engage in investments in water and climate-related solutions, Finans reports.

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