Foxberry: Rapid development in ESG knowhow requires 'future-proofing' of portfolios

Consensus on the ESG landscape is changing rapidly, which means that existing indices and funds may need to be updated and created, says Chairman of Foxberry.

Peter Fors (r.) and David Sahlin, two of the three Swedish founders of Foxberry. | Photo: Foxberry

Rapid development in the ESG landscape is currently the main challenge when creating sustainable investment products, says David Sahlin, Chairman of the independent index provider Foxberry.

"ESG is now such a fast-moving area that creating a product, which can adapt and efficiently incorporate constant changes is rather complicated. The circumstances of today are likely to be very different in a year's time," Sahlin says to AMWatch in an interview. 

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