Swedish pension company, Skandia, has upped its commitment to sustainable investments, after its portfolio showed signs of a “stable” recovery during Q3.

The group’s assets under management (AUM) rose to SEK 690bnm during Q3, increasing from SEK 664bn at the end of the first half of 2020, as its financial accounts for Q3 revealed a “stable” recovery following previous market volatility amid the Covid-19 pandemic earlier this year




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