PKA invests EUR 134 million in green bonds

The Danish pension fund allocates significant assets to the green energy transition in the Netherlands.

PKA CEO Peter Damgaard Jensen | Photo: PKA PR

The Dutch state has issued green bonds totaling EUR 6 billion, waking PKA's interest. The Danish pension company has invested EUR 134 million in the bonds, PKA writes in a press release.

"This is a very good example of allowing the private sector and pension companies to contribute to the green energy transition. This investment provides the Dutch state with the necessary capital to invest in a green future, and it allows us to make a reliable, low-risk investment on behalf of our members," PKA CEO Peter Damgaard Jensen states in the press release.

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