Policies and governance

Storebrand's sustainable investment policy

About this policy

The Storebrand sustainable investment policy is a general description of Storebrand’s approach to sustainable investments.It focuses on how Storebrand reduces the risk for adverse impact that its investments may have while allocating more capital in more sustainable companies to achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDG).

All content builds on what Storebrand Asset Management has learnt from over 20 years of integrating sustainability analyses across asset classes and geographies. Given the growing amount of quality data supporting effective implementation, and the changing regulatory regime, we expect our methods to continue to evolve and be updated over time.

The policy also has as a purpose to disclose Storebrand Asset Management‘s integration of sustainability risks in our investment processes in line with the respective requirements by the EU Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation Framework.

For product specific information, please consult respective product prospectuses.

Storebrand's sustainable investment policy

Historical returns are no guarantee of future returns. Future returns will depend, among other things, on market developments, the manager's skills, the fund's risk profile and management fees. The returns can be negative as a result of price losses. There is risk associated with investments in the fund due to market movements, developments in currency, interest rates, economic conditions, industry- and company-specific conditions. Before investing, customers are advised to familiarize themselves with the fund's key information and prospectus, which contains further information about the fund's characteristics and costs.