Going for green alpha in emerging markets
A growing number of investors is looking for a sustainable equity investment in emerging markets. Although that may sound like a contradiction in terms, or at least a challenge, it is possible to invest in emerging markets with a level of sustainability that goes far beyond the usual approaches and with exposure to enhanced, proven factors.
What does this mean concretely? An active, quantitative emerging markets investment that is 20% more sustainable than the benchmark, has a 20% lower footprint for water use, CO2 emissions, waste and energy use and that uses an extensive values-based exclusion list, excluding companies from industries such as coal, tobacco, gambling and fire arms production, to name a few.
Want to know more? Read the white paper.