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Global Developed Sustainable Enhanced Index Equity

A sustainable alternative to passive investing

  • Offers exposure close to an index, with an improved sustainability and risk-return profile
  • Diversified exposure to an integrated multi-factor stock selection model
  • Using proven return factors value, quality and momentum, with improved ESG profile and lower environmental footprints
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Sustainable Enhanced Indexing

Sustainable Enhanced Indexing

Sustainability and passive investing are fundamentally irreconcilable investment philosophies. Robeco’s Sustainable Enhanced Indexing approach addresses the main pitfalls of passive investing while ensuring a highly diversified portfolio with a better ESG score and lower environmental footprint than the index.

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Advantages of enhanced indexing 

Passive investing has several advantages, such as exposure to the market premium, predictable risk-return characteristics and low fees. Since 2004 our enhanced indexing strategies offer all the advantages of traditional passive investing, but strive to generate better returns than passive vehicles after costs, and integrate sustainability criteria as well as the latest academic research.

  • 2004 start of successful track record
    Long history of stable alphas
  • >51 bn AUD assets in funds and mandates
    As per September 2021
  • 16 years of tailor-made experience
    Managing tailor-made portfolios

Enhanced Indexing by Robeco

A proven alternative to classic passive equity strategies

Sustainable Enhanced Index Equity

A sustainable alternative to passive investing

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