Investor initiatives

In order to achieve greater impact in the work with sustainability, AP4 collaborates with other international investors. This can involve initiatives and projects in a number of areas. Below you can read about some of the investor initiatives we are part of.

AP4 signs statement that support the Paris Agreement’s goals

AP4 is one out of 415 investors who signed the Global Investor Statement, which supports the Paris Agreement’s goals and vigorously urges the world’s governments to quickly implement the necessary measures.

Besides achieving the Paris Agreement’s goals, the statement also high-lights the need to accelerate private sector investments into the low carbon transition and commit to improve climate-related financial reporting.

Global Investor Statement

Global investors urge governments of the G7 and G20 nations to stand by their commitments to the Paris Agreement

AP4, together with over 380 Global investors, (managing more than $22 Trillion in assets) urge G7 and G20 governments to stand by the Paris Agreement, to drive its swift implementation and to publicly express their commitment to support climate finance to both mitigate and adapt to the effects of climate change.

Nearly 400 Global investors urge G7 to stand by Paris Agreement and drive its swift implementation


Initiative for improving sustainability in the meat supply chain

AP4 is part of a $2.4 trillion coalition of 57 large investors which has urged global food companies to diversify their protein sourcing away from reliance on animal proteins.

Investors urge global food companies to cut reliance on animal proteins


Seafood Initiative

Seafood Initiative is supported by AP4 together with AP1-3. The increasing demand for fish products has highlighted problems in the industry supply chain, such as poor working conditions, slave labor and over exploitation of fisheries areas, predominantly in Asia. This shareholder initiative is led by the British insurance company Aviva. Letters, listing these issues, were sent to ten companies connected to these fishing activities. The aim is to identify the leaders and the laggers, and to persuade the companies that are laggers to take steps to improve their business.