SEB strives to have a comprehensive and competitive investment offering with sustainability risks and adverse sustainability impacts integrated into our investment processes and products.
SEB has adopted Policy on the Integration of Sustainability Risk and Impact in Investment Decisions and Investment Advice (hereinafter – the Policy).
SEB has integrated sustainability risks into investment decisions taken while providing portfolio management services, also into provision of investment advice and insurance advice as indicated in the Policy.
SEB considers principal adverse impacts of SEB investment decisions taken while providing portfolio management services, investment advice or insurance advice on sustainability factors.
SEB has a sustainability policy framework with the purpose to guide Investment Decision Making. These policies include Corporate Sustainability policy, as well as thematic Environmental and Human rights policies.
Remuneration policies in relation to the integration of sustainability risks
In the Remuneration Policy for SEB sustainability risks are included.