#whatif your investments could change the world?

24-11-15 10:35 | About Nordea | Responsibility

This December, Paris hosts the 21st International Conference on Climate Change, COP21. Sasja Beslik, Head of Responsible Investments at Nordea, will be attending to put responsible investments on the agenda. 

- Responsible investments matter for our customers and they matter for climate change. Through the hashtag #whatif we will engage policymakers, investors, opinion leaders and customers and make the high level decisions relatable for everyone. We want to show people that responsible investments make a difference, Sasja says. 

#whatif is about encouraging people to consider a variety of scenarios relevant for both climate policy and investments. And it’s about showing investors that they have a say in the way their money is invested and encourage them to think #whatif before they make their next investment.

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You can be a part of the discussions on Twitter. Follow @Sasjabeslik and read more about the #whatif initiative and COP21 on ri.nordea.com.

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