Following criticism of Danish pension funds’ investment in African ‘blood bonds’, a working group is trying to establish a policy for sovereign bond investments
Many emerging market companies are controlled by a majority shareholder. What does this mean for investors?
A discussion paper aims to provide asset owners with information whether their approach to hedge funds is consistent with their commitment to responsible investment
Landstinget Gävleborg is moving from a traditional exclusion approach to work more actively with managers on ESG integration
Carina Lundberg Markow tells Caroline Liinanki why divesting from a company is always a failure and about how talking about gender equality makes Swedish companies see red
KLP, the NKr280.7bn (€38.5bn) Norwegian life insurance company, is putting NKr500m into renewable energy projects in developing countries
The sacking of the renewable energy flagship Dong Energy’s chief executive Anders Eldrup has discomforted the enterprise’s current and potential pension fund co-investors.
Nordic institutional investors are currently mulling whether to become the world’s first regional network for the UN Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI)
Pragmatism still the guiding light of environmental, social and governance integration
Ensuring that responsible investment is part of the solution to the financial crisis is one of the most immediate challenges, says Magnus Furugård