The ‘gold rush’ to sustainability investments

Speaking to reporters on Thursday, president and group chief executive officer Ahmad Zulqarnain Onn said the fund believes that such assets present investment opportunities, especially to invest in companies that will reduce carbon emissions.

A boom in “green” assets could be under way as more institutional funds make pledges towards a net-zero future.

The latest is Permodalan Nasional Bhd (PNB), which announced its commitment to achieve Net Zero Enterprise by 2025 and Net Zero Portfolio by 2050.

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