Index Solutions

Low Carbon Indices

Our family of indices designed for a world in which carbon emission is increasingly a financial liability, with different solutions for diverse strategies

Tailored Solutions for a Carbon-Risk World

Designed to help investors decarbonize their portfolios and limit the exposure to climate-related risks such as stricter regulations and physical damage, while participating in the low-carbon economic growth.

Key indices

All Low Carbon Indices

EURO STOXX 50 Low Carbon

STOXX Europe 600 Low Carbon

Updated every 15 minutes during market hours.

Key benefits

Continuity

Use same constituents as benchmark

Balancing

Overweight low emitters and underweight high emitters

Low footprint

Reduce carbon footprint without applying exclusions

Integrity

Avoid adverse effects from weight optimization

Close tracking

Keep low tracking error with similar risk-return profile compared to benchmark

Breadth

Use both reported and estimated carbon intensity data

Industry Leaders

Track those stocks with the lowest carbon intensity. From the top 5 and 10 (regional ) and top 10 and 40 (global).

Key benefits

Efficiency

Lower carbon footprint by more than 80% with a favorable risk-return profile compared to benchmark

Carbon champions

Access the top Industry Classification Benchmark (ICB) Industry leaders with the lowest carbon emissions

Breadth

Use both reported and estimated carbon intensity data

Reported Low Carbon Indices

Recognize companies that report carbon emissions publicly.

Key benefits

Stewardship

Encourage companies to report emissions in order to become part of the index

Pioneers

Include high-emission sectors that have consistently reported carbon emissions since 2011

Low Carbon Footprint Indices

Designed for investors who want to divest from the highest emitters.

Key benefits

Efficiency

Lower carbon footprint by more than 90% with a favorable risk-return profiles compared to the benchmark

Targeted

Exclude the seven highest carbon-emission supersectors as well as the 10% highest emitters from remaining supersectors

Breadth

Use both reported and estimated carbon intensity data

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