Erlandsson Joins Tribe

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Stockholm (NordSIP) – According to an announcement by Tribe, Ulf Erlandsson has become the latest member of the UK-based impact credit manager investment advisory board. He will advise Tribe’s CIO, Fred Kooij, and his team on credit markets, from a macro strategy perspective and on idiosyncratic issuer concerns, while providing insights on sustainable investment opportunities.

Erlandsson is a specialist on green bonds and sustainability strategies. He is the CIO of Diem Green Credit, a hedge fund with a strategy focused on the credit market and climate impact. Previously, he spent eight years at Swedish state pension fund AP4 where he ran the credit and sub-government fixed income book, including the green bond mandate, which became a globally recognised franchise. He is also the founder of the Anthropocene Fixed Income Institute, a non-profit organisation researching and advocating a more positive bond market influence on the world’s sustainability challenges. He is a Board member of CICERO Shades of Green and an affiliated researcher at the Knut Wicksell Centre for Financial Studies at Lund University.

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Tribe is a British wealth manager committed to achieving a positive impact through its investments. Tribe invests in and provides grants to high impact, scalable, mission-driven organisations. It directs 20% of its profits to high impact organisations. The company is a signatory of the UN Principles for Responsible Investing (UNPRI) and the UN Environment Programme Finance Initiative, as well as HM Treasury’s Women in Finance, Science-Based Targets and the Principles of Positive Impact Finance.

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