13 organizations demand stricter ESG rules for AP funds

Current ESG rules are not enough, as returns are still deemed more important than sustainability, 13 member organizations write in a debate column.
Photo: PR / AP-funds
Photo: PR / AP-funds

The Swedish government needs to develop even stricter ESG and responsible investment rules for the country's national pension funds, the AP funds, a debate column in domestic publication Altinget states.

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