Alfred Berg – A nordic asset manager

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Nordic ESG and SRI

Higher ESG level in the Nordic investment universe?

How does the ESG (Environment, Social and Governance) level in the Nordic investment universe compare to other regions and can we expect higher Nordic performance coming out of it?

Nordic SRI and ESG

Nordic sustainable and socially responsible investing – an old habit in a strong ESG* environment

The Nordic region is widely known for having adopted socially responsible investing (SRI) very early, although we did not have a specific designation for it back then. SRI has a long history in the Nordics, where the first funds saw light in the 1980ies. Where does this come from and what does this mean for an investor?

Alfred Berg - Local Power, Nordic Strength, Global Reach

Nordic equities

Innovation play

Corporate social responsibility

We are dedicated to contribute to a better and safer future through our business activities and investment strategies. Walking in the footsteps of our parent company, a recognized leader within this area, we invest according to the BNP Paribas Asset Management’s Responsible Investor Policy.

A modern asset manager with traditions

We are the Nordic asset manager within the BNP Paribas Group.

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Alfred Berg Febelfin Label - Towards Sustainability

Febelfin - Socially Responsible Investing label for Alfred Berg funds

Changes in Alfred Berg Sweden's activities

5 Morningstars awarded!

The Alfred Berg Nordic Investment Grade has been awarded 5 Moringstars after the first 3 years of existence!

5 Morningstars awarded!

The Parvest Equity Nordic Small Cap received a five-star Morningstar rating

Investments in funds are always related to risk. Past performance is no guarantee of future results. Performances are calculated net of fees. Investments in funds are subject to market fluctuation and risks inherent in investing in securities. The value of investments and the revenue they generate can increase or decrease and it is possible that investors will not recover their initial investment.