Sweden's Council on Ethics appoints engagement director

Sweden's Council on Ethics of the AP Funds has appointed Tytti Kaasinen as engagement director, effective from 27 June 2022.

Kaasinen joins from S&P Global Ratings and has worked in responsible investment for over 14 years, including a decade at the engagement service provider GES/Sustainalytics. She has vast experience in reactive and proactive engagements globally, as well as in thought leadership on topics across the environmental, social and governance spectrum.

The Council is undergoing a review and Kaasinen will coordinate the joint engagement work of the four AP Funds (AP1, AP2, AP3, AP4) until March 2023.

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