The spring of a new age for ESG integration into passive: World's leading asset owner selects the FTSE Blossom Japan Index.
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2017 smart beta survey
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We focus on some smart beta index construction approaches that follow relatively simple, intuitive weighting schemes. Regardless of their methodology, all FTSE Russell smart beta indexes follow transparent, consistent rules in order to achieve the stated index objectives.
It wasn’t too long ago that the concept of factors in investing was the exclusive province of professors of finance and a few active “quant” managers. Mainstream portfolio construction was focused primarily on asset allocation. Within equities, that meant achieving the right balance in allocation to various segments such as large cap and small cap, country and sector, and perhaps value and growth styles.
FTSE Russell announces the licensing of the FTSE China A50 Index to Harvest Fund Management (HFM). The Harvest FTSE China A50 Index ETF, listed on Shanghai Stock Exchange (SSE) today and is the first domestically listed ETF to track a FTSE Russell index.
FTSE Russell today announces the creation of a new index, the FTSE Blossom Japan index. The Government Pension Investment Fund (GPIF) of Japan has selected the index as a core ESG benchmark through its flagship fund. GPIF is the largest pension fund in the world with over $1.3tn* in assets.