KLP ramps up sustainability team with five new hires

Norway’s biggest pension fund now has 14 people dedicated to sustainability across its different departments. According to the firm’s director of social responsibility, integrating sustainability in corporate governance is key.

From left to right: Heidi Finskas, Kiran Aziz, Torunn Brånå, Arild Skedsmo, Karolina Malisauskaite, Gjermund Grimsby and Rina Narasimhan | Photo: Roar Grønstad/KLP

Norway’s biggest pension company KLP has employed five new people who will have sustainability as their key focus.

This means KLP now has 14 employees dedicated to sustainability. Two new positions have been created at the company, including the first sustainability-focused professional within the firm’s injury insurance arm, KLP Skadeforsikring.

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