• Biodiversity and climate targeted in ABP's €30bn impact investment pledge

    06 March 2024

    Dutch pension fund ABP has identified climate and biodiversity solutions as key themes of a €30 billion impact investment drive.

  • Pension funds acquire Australian forest managers

    05 October 2023
  • APG invests €250m in electric vehicle charging company

    12 May 2023

    APG has invested €250 million ($273 million) in French electric vehicle charging company Driveco.

  • ABP sets target to invest €30bn in energy transition

    16 December 2022

    Dutch pension fund ABP has set a target to invest €30 billion ($32 billion) in the climate transition, as it bids to reduce its carbon footprint across its entire global investment portfolio by 50% by 2030, compared to 2019 levels.

  • Activists behind Shell court order focus on financial firms

    13 January 2022

    One of the activist organisations behind the successful climate court case against Royal Dutch Shell have called for 29 other companies including several financial firms to reduce their emissions.

  • Activist: ABP divestment from fossil fuels will have global 'ripple effect'

    27 October 2021

    Pension fund ABP's decision to divest of all fossil fuels will influence the policies of investors all over the world, activist group Fossielvrij has said.

  • ABP to sell €15bn of fossil fuel holdings on climate grounds

    26 October 2021

    Dutch pension fund ABP will divest from all producers of oil, gas and coal, a segment of its portfolio valued at €15 billion ($17 billion)...

  • APG invests €250m in Norway hydropower firm for pension fund

    21 February 2020

    Dutch asset management firm APG has almost doubled its investment in Norwegian hydropower firm Småkraft, undertaken on behalf of the Netherlands state workers' pension fund.

  • ABP launches energy transition fund

    30 January 2019

    Dutch Stichting Pensioenfonds ABP (ABP), which has €399 billion of assets under management, has launched an energy transition fund to reduce carbon dioxide emissions and finance the energy transition in the Netherlands.

  • Water sustainability is investor ‘blind spot’, study suggests

    04 September 2018

    Water sustainability is a ‘blind spot’ for most large institutional investors, a survey of 20 large Netherlands-based investors has suggested.