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Stock exchange announcement

21.6.19 Approves supplementary capital


Good result for KLP
  • Value-adjusted returns were 6.6 per cent
  • The returns result for KLP’s customers was NOK 4.6 billion so far this year
  • Four new Nordic Swan-branded funds launched


Norway’s Largest Pension Fund (over US$81bn AuM) Goes Oil Sands-Free

KLP and KLP Funds are excluding five companies, four of which are Canadian and one is Russian owned.


Jeanette Bergan, KLP's head of responsible investments.
Norway’s Largest Pension Fund, KLP, Demands Investor Action to Save the Amazon

KLP, Norway’s largest pension fund (US$80 billion AuM), has begun contacting companies with activities in Brazil whilst calling on other investors to take action.


Solid returns in the first six months of the year
  • The result for KLP’s customers amounted to NOK 4.3 billion in the first six months.
  • Value-adjusted returns were 4.8 per cent.
  • Good results and strong financial strength over time provides leeway to further reduce prices and costs for our customers and owners.


Jeanett Bergan, Head of responsible investment in KLP Kapitalforvaltning.
KLP remove five companies from blacklist

KLP and the KLP funds ("KLP") has decided to remove the following five companies from it's exclusion list: Grupo Carso, General Dynamics Corp, Nutrien Ltd, Rio Tinto Ltd and Walmart Inc.


KLP accepts Euronext’s bid for Oslo Børs VPS

Euronext has been authorised by the Norwegian Ministry of Finance to take a 100% stake in Oslo Børs VPS, which runs the Oslo Stock Exchange. In light of this, KLP has decided to sell its 10% interest in Oslo Børs VPS to the Dutch-French stock market operator for NOK 158 per share, in addition to a fixed interest payment of NOK 3.21 per share.


KLP excludes four new companies and includes two

KLP has decided to exclude four companies that derive more than 30% of their revenues from coal or coal-based activities. In addition, KLP is including two companies given that the oil exploration they were involved in off the coast of Western Sahara has ceased.


Norway’s KLP (US$80 billion AuM) divests from almost 90 alcohol & gambling companies

Norway’s largest pension fund, KLP (US$80 billion AuM) is selling out of companies that derive their turnover or activity from alcohol and gambling. Pornography is also added to the list although KLP was not invested in such companies.


Solid returns in the first quarter

- The profit to KLP’s customers was NOK 2.2 billion in the first quarter.
- The value-adjusted return was 3.1 per cent.
- KLPs strong capital position gives room to reduce payments from costumers and owners.


KLP goes coal free

By going coal free, we are sending a strong signal on the urgency of shifting from fossil to renewable energy, says KLPs CEO Sverre Thornes.


Moderate returns in troubled markets

KLP delivered a result to its public-sector occupational pension customers of NOK 5.7 billion for the whole of 2018.