AMF’s investment decisions start with the best interests of its customers in mind. The Board of Directors’ rules governing ethics and sustainability stipulate the expectations and direction of the sustianability work within the Asset Management organisation as.
AMF actively selects companies or securities to invest in, both in the management of traditional insurance and in its proprietary funds. AMF operates according to the principle that sustainability aspects are part of all investment decisions.
AMF believes that those companies that perform well from an ESG perspective are better equipted to generate good long-term returns also from a financial perspective. Accordingly, AMF strives to invest in companies with high ESG performance from a sector and regional perspective.
AMF supports the Paris agreement and Climate change related approaches to our investments are further regulated through our Climate related Policy as of 2018.
AMF adheres to international norms and does not invest in controvesrial weapons and conduct norms-based screening.
AMF utilises extensive sustainability research conducted by two major multinational bodies, which enables asset managers to integrate sustainability into the management process effectively. This and other research help generate supporting data for investment decisions.