Why ESG?

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Solutions for Every Objective

  • Core ESG

    Includes best-in-class approaches like the DJSI, targeting the top 10% of ESG performers, as well as broader market indices like the S&P 500 ESG Index, designed to closely track its parent index with a similar risk and return profile and low tracking error.

  • Climate

    Designed to address climate change and the transition to a low-carbon economy, these indices apply different methodologies to address different carbon reduction objectives. Includes both current and forward-looking approaches, as well as those that align with the Task Force for Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD).

  • Thematic ESG

    These indices focus on specific ESG-related issues, often with a relatively narrow objective.

  • Fixed Income ESG

    These indices, which include access to green bonds, apply ESG methodologies to fixed income strategies.

Key Indices

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Research & Insights

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    S&P Carbon Efficient Indices: Our Approach

    The S&P Carbon Efficient Indices are designed to reduce exposure to high-carbon companies while maintaining a risk/return profile similar to that of their benchmarks.

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    Carbon Pricing: Discover Your Blind Spots on Risk and Opportunity

    Find out what you could be missing.

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    Long-Termism: Index Impossible?

    Is it possible to capture a company’s commitment to the long-term in an index framework?

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    Social Themes in Index Investing: Human Capital

    How is the “S” in “ESG” being defined as it expands into mainstream investing?

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    A Look Inside Green Bonds: Combining Sustainability With Core Fixed Income

    What sets green bonds apart from other ESG fixed income investments?

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