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Sparinvest turns to own standards for new ethical fund

This summer, Sparinvest has added a new ethical fund to its palette of passive funds. But instead of taking the traditional route and following an ethical index, the institution is taking a different approach and formulating its own set of ethical guidelines for the fund, according to Lars Toft Jensen, Senior Portfolio Manager.

Lars Toft Jensen, seniorporteføljeforvalter hos Sparinvest. | Photo: PR

Sparinvest is broadening its offering of passive investment products with a new ethical fund.

Not only does the fund weed out controversial weapons, but it also steers clear of investments in companies that do not fulfil Sparinvest's specific requirements.

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