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Revenue-based Thematic Indices

Classical selection approach

The STOXX revenue-based thematic indices use the FactSet Revere Business Industry Classification System (RBICS) data set, whose unique content sets provide a dynamic industry taxonomy. The highly granular and accurate sector and industry classification (up to 1,500 distinct sub-industries identified) allows a detailed breakdown of companies’ revenue sources, helping to identify and select businesses with substantial exposure to specific themes.

Key benefits

Broad universe

Thematic portfolios are derived from either the STOXX® Global Total Market Index or the STOXX® Developed Markets Total Market

Involvement screening

The indices employ one of the most granular sector analysis data sets for efficient representation of the theme

Minimum liquidity

We apply a trading value filter to avoid investments in illiquid securities

Guaranteed exposure

The indices select stocks most exposed to sectors associated with the specific theme, and weight the portfolio towards companies with the highest aggregate thematic exposure and the largest market capitalizations

Sustainable investing

ESG screenings are implemented within thematic portfolios

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