Nordea has now updated its Sustainability Policy, a group directive with chapters on Advice, Financing and Investments. The directive applies to the entire Nordea group and takes a holistic approach to the core aspects of sustainable finance. This is an important step for us in enabling the transition to a sustainable future.
“We need to mitigate the risks, adapt to our planet's limits and engage ourselves and our customers. I truly believe that Nordea and our customers together can transition to a sustainable future,” says Sasja Beslik, head of Group Sustainable Finance at Nordea.
Read the new policy here (pdf, 1 MB).
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