Rafaela Lindeberg

Swedish Funds Managing $250 Billion Get Slammed For ESG Record


It’s the latest clash between the financial industry and climate activists regarding ESG investing.

Activist Investor Cevian Wants Executive Pay Tied To ESG Targets


The effort is aimed at holding companies more accountable for living up to their stated ESG goals.

Sweden Sees No Signs That Herd Immunity Is Stopping Virus


Sweden was recently forced to recalibrate its approach against the virus, as the daily case rate topped 7,000.

Sweden Won't Abandon Covid Strategy Despite Admitting To Errors


Prime Minister Stefan Lofven has promised an inquiry into Sweden’s response to Covid-19.

A $100 Billion Fund Manager Lists His Fears As Sweden Hits Zero Interest Rates


A Swedish pension manager anticipates a sluggish return to normal interest rates.

With Talks On Ice, Deadline Slips For EU Trade Deal With U.S.


The deal would suspend a U.S. threat to impose tariffs on European automobile exports.

A $90 Billion Swedish Investor Says He Won't Touch Hedge Funds


Alternative investments are criticized as too expensive and opaque, even by sophisticated investors.

Swedish Dirty-Money Scandal Has Investors Demanding Deep Purge

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Investors are questioning the culture at one of the Nordic country's most important financial institutions.