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Indices insights: Does climate beta pick up on climate risk?
Indices insights: Does climate beta pick up on climate risk?
Our climate beta measure quantifies how sensitive a stock is to the transition to a low-carbon economy.
13-09-2022 | Insight
Indices insights: Do investors act on shifts in climate concerns?
Indices insights: Do investors act on shifts in climate concerns?
A novel ‘polluting-minus-clean’ portfolio tends to underperform in periods of heightened climate policy uncertainty, and vice versa.
25-08-2022 | Insight
Indices insights: Combing through the climate data forest
Indices insights: Combing through the climate data forest
We unpack the merits of different carbon metrics used to gauge climate risk in portfolios, including a new climate beta measure.
13-07-2022 | Interview
Indices insights: Can carbon emissions data identify leaders and laggards?
Indices insights: Can carbon emissions data identify leaders and laggards?
Carbon emissions do not tell the full story on companies’ climate change awareness.
17-06-2022 | Insight
Indices insights: Does sustainability integration affect factor premiums?
Indices insights: Does sustainability integration affect factor premiums?
In this ‘Indices insights’ article, we analyze the impact of sustainability integration on factor premiums.
17-05-2022 | Insight
Indices insights: Does integrating sustainability reduce opportunities for active investors?
Indices insights: Does integrating sustainability reduce opportunities for active investors?
In this Indices insights article, we show that incorporating sustainability does not constrain the potential for alpha.
12-04-2022 | Insight
‘Carbon beta is an additional climate risk indicator above and beyond traditional carbon data’
‘Carbon beta is an additional climate risk indicator above and beyond traditional carbon data’
Research findings on a novel measure of climate risk – carbon beta – were presented at a prestigious National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) conference.
05-04-2022 | Interview
Indices insights: Can passive investors integrate sustainability without sacrificing returns or diversification?
Indices insights: Can passive investors integrate sustainability without sacrificing returns or diversification?
In the third article of the Indices insights series, we highlight how sustainability integration is an accessible choice for passive investors.
29-03-2022 | Insight
Indices insights: Do ESG ratings align with popular thematic impact funds?
Indices insights: Do ESG ratings align with popular thematic impact funds?
In the second article of the Indices insights series, we shed more light on the shortcomings of ESG ratings.
10-03-2022 | Insight
Indices insights: Do ESG ratings align with the values of large investors?
Indices insights: Do ESG ratings align with the values of large investors?
This is the first article of a new series, Indices insights, in which we focus on some of the flaws of ESG ratings.
23-02-2022 | Insight
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