Pension majors warn against green investment race

Denmark's biggest pension company, ATP, sees a great potential for both the climate and the coffers by investing in black companies with a vision of becoming green. Other pension companies voice their support, while NGO calls it absurd.

According to ATP chief executive Bo Foged, there are both yields and climate gains to reap from investing in black companies that transition into greener ones over the years, as was the case with, for example, Ørsted. | Photo: PR/ATP

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