Fund managers are increasing active ownership efforts, association finds

The Danish Investment Association has conducted a survey of active ownership practices at asset managers and found that this work is intensifying.

Peter Kjærgaard, the outgoing chair of the Danish Investment Association and Head of Nykredit Wealth Management | Photo: PR/Nykredit

Asset managers intensified their active ownership work in 2021, the Danish Investment Association has concluded based on a survey.

The survey found that 65 professionals were employed in full-time roles within responsible investments in 2021, an increase of more than 20% compared to the preceding year.

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