Relative Return: Building climate transition indices

19 October 2023
| By Laura Dew |
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In this episode of Relative Return, host Maja Garaca Djurdjevic speaks to the head of sustainable investment at FTSE Russell, Tony Campos, about the transition to low-carbon economy and how that is being reflected in equity indices.

Listen as they discuss:

  • The challenges presented by the lack of global sustainable definitions.
  • FTSE Russell’s partnership with the Transition Pathway Initiative to provide a clear picture of company alignment with the climate transition.
  • How index providers build climate transition indices.
  • Changes to sustainable investing over his two decades in the industry.

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