Danish and Swedish companies are popular in ESG funds Renewable energy and healthcare companies from Nordic countries are popular holdings in European ESG equity funds, according to a new study from Credit Suisse. Only two renewable energy names, Ørsted and Vestas, are among the 45 most commonly held companies in ESG equity funds. | Photo: Jens Dresling BY HELLA ANDERSEN Published: 26.06.20 at 13:15 Log in to read our articles Welcome to AMWatch. A part of our content is exclusive and reserved for our users. Log in Try AMWatch for 14 days. Get a trial subscription here. Do you want a trial subscription with multiple users for yourself and your colleagues? Read more about your options and find the contact information to our sales team here. More from AMWatch After a strong second quarter Evli estimates full-year profit to be "clearly positive" AP4 reports H1 loss – allocates money to Swedish companies hit by Covid-19 Billions flow into quant ETFs behaving like the S&P 500 Bankinvest's new eco-labeled equity fund attracts billions and beats internal record Danske Bank AM develops data tool to improve risk-adjusted returns: "Highlights ESG risks and opportunities that we previously may not have been aware of"