Sasja Beslik explains why Nordea decide to divest from BP, but says that the investment community needs to develop better tools to fully assess risks of investments
The Nordic region has led the way in implementing the UN’s PRI initiative, but as James Gifford finds, ESG criteria are not sufficiently integrated in investment decision-making
Nordic pension funds are under pressure to change their investment behaviour and improve performance. Lucas Vermeulen investigates
With more room for manoeuvre now that markets have started to recover, Richard Tyszkiewicz investigates how pension funds are using their new-found freedom
As pension funds move from exclusion to engagement, Fredric Nyström at GES Investment Services insists that there is value-added information in norm-based analysis
The economic turmoil and increasing liquidity needs has led to the emergence of a real estate secondary market. Erik Gunnervall investigates the opportunities
Scandinavian investors risk falling behind their European peers, unless they start integrating ESG-related return criteria, writes Gunilla Hjalmarsson
The tumultuous nature of the equity market has spurred Hans-Olov Bornemann to challenge the inherent weaknesses of the strategic asset allocation approach.
How can this relatively immature asset class flourish after the downturn? asks Markus Ableitinger.
Beyond the battle of the economic downturn is the far less publicised ‘climate crunch’. Terry Coles investigataes ways to make greener investments pay off