Sweden: Gap opens between men, women on sustainable fund choices

Jonathan Boyd
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Swedish fund investors are increasingly opting to put their money into sustainable funds, particularly female investors, according to data published by the Swedish Investment Fund Association.  And according to the investors surveyed, the key reason for investing in sustainable funds is to avoid certain types of companies or industries. The results were obtained from Swedes selecting funds either within the country's pension system, or for their private savings. The gender skew is apparent: some 42% of women surveyed said they had invested in a sustainable fund, versus 25% of men -...

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Jonathan Boyd
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Jonathan Boyd

Editorial Director of Open Door Media Publishing Ltd, and Editor of InvestmentEurope.