Velliv aims to make a difference without conceding a single krone in returns

The Danish pension fund has set aside DKK 5bn (EUR 670m) for ESG investments, and will focus on co-ownerships, says the CIO.

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Returns and societal change must go hand-in-hand at Velliv, says CIO Anders Stensbøl Christiansen, who recently revealed the company’s plans to invest DKK 5bn (EUR 670m) in a new, sustainable fund.

”Our focus is to generate impact. We want to make a societal difference but we will not compromise on a single krone when it comes to returns,” he tells AMWatch’s sister media FinansWatch.

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