Nordea AM launches dark green ESG strategy

Fund managed by the team behind Nordea 1 - Global Climate and Environment Fund

Pedro Gonçalves
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Thomas Sørensen, co-manager of the fund

Thomas Sørensen, co-manager of the fund

Nordea Asset Management has launched a new fund for investors that want to make an impact both on the climate and society.

The new Global Climate and Social Impact Strategy is a thematic global equity product managed by the ESG thematic boutique behind the Nordea 1 - Global Climate and Environment Fund (GCLIMEF).   The managers will invest in businesses that provide meaningful solutions to address pressing social and environmental needs. The product has been designed for investors looking for solutions that bring together both the social and environmental dimensions of sustainability and is classified Article 9 under SFDR.  Nordea AM scoops £325m Brunel climate mandate Thomas Sørensen, co-manager of No...

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