20 percent of AP Pension's portfolio will be invested in the green transition by 2030

AP Pension will invest huge amounts in Danish real estate, renewable energy and green bonds over the next ten years.

Ralf Magnussen, CIO, AP Pension | Photo: PR/ AP Pension

AP Pension from Denmark has committed to what they think is the most ambitious goal for green investments - that 20 percent of the pension fund's portfolio will be invested in the transition to a greener society by 2030, writes Børsen Pro.

The pension company has identified three areas where investments will take place: Danish real estate, renewable energy and green bonds. However, it is difficult to say anything more concrete about how the portfolio will invest to reach the goal.

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