The first Swedish national pension fund, is selling shares in the fossiltunga companies

In a press release, the First Swedish national pension fund, shows that climate-related risks will affect the investment that is being made. Furthermore, it is

The first Swedish national pension fund, is selling shares in the fossiltunga companies

In a press release, the First Swedish national pension fund, shows that climate-related risks will affect the investment that is being made. Furthermore, it is estimated that the ongoing transition to less dependence on fossil fuels economy to provide a high level of uncertainty for companies operating in the coal-, oil - and-gas industry. Investments in such companies may entail a higher financial risk for the trust.

" so Far, we have sold all of the holdings that are internally managed. We are beginning, even in dialogue in respect of the discretionary mandates and mutual fund holdings, where the company by the fossils, the business will be sold off as quickly as possible, " says Sara Christensen.

with regard to the externally managed, its holdings will be sold off as soon as possible.

" That is external, you can't just sell off immediately in the same way. However, over time, will also be disposed of.

the First Swedish national pension fund's fossil-fuel-free of ambition, will, in a number of börstid which is more-or-less all of the shares will fall, which will make the work more difficult at the moment.

" for Now, the stock market has fallen sharply, but the aim is to have sold the most in any given year. A large part of which is said to have already sold, but there are a few holding that take a longer period of time, " says Sara Christensen, and point out that the splits can't be done, anyway, during that was period of time, with the emphasis that the pensioners will not be affected.

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Updated Date: 19 March 2020, 02:09

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