Sweden's first buffer fund AP1 and a Paris-based research unit driven by quantitative asset manager Tobam are partnering up. Together, they will be adopting a new fossil-free approach to emerging market equity and global high yield exposures.
Currently, Tobam applies a 100 percent fossil fuel free approach to the anti-benchmark emerging markets equity and global high yield strategies funds, which employ its proprietary maximum diversification methodology. This means that companies with significant involvement in the production, sales or extraction of fossil fuels are excluded from the investment universes connected with both strategies.
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