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– Invitation –

In the aftermath of the pandemic - investing in solution-providers to address the world’s sustainability challenges

You are cordially invited to an exclusive webinar on investments that support companies providing solutions relative to climate and social challenges. In the aftermath of the pandemic, the world has been challenged and the social standards of our society have been harshly affected as a consequence of this. We therefore see an increased need for investments that tackle social and societal issues, while climate change remains top of the investor agenda.

As a major asset manager, we act on behalf of our clients where we identify challenges, and in answer to this, Nordea has launched a new fund: the “Nordea Global Climate and Social Impact Fund”. 

Tune in, and listen to the portfolio managers, Thomas Sørensen and Solène Eveillard, who will provide for you, insight into some of the companies that generate beneficial social or environmental outcomes alongside attractive financial returns

Tuesday November 16 at 2 M

Solene Eveillard

Solène Eveillard

Impact Analyst, Nordea Asset Management

Solène Eveillard joined the Fundamental Equities Team in April 2021 as an analyst specialised in impact and sustainability. Prior to joining Nordea, Solène contributed to the launch of Too Good To Go in France and worked as Philanthropy Officer at Banque Transatlantique.

Thomas Sorensen

Thomas Sørensen

Portfolio Manager, Nordea Asset Management

Thomas began his career in 1997 with Nordea and has over the years undertaken various portfolio management and research responsibilities. Today, Thomas focuses on climate and impact related strategies. Thomas has been the portfolio manager on the Global Climate and Environment product since its launch in 2008.

Publisert 28.10.2021