Climate change poses a significant systemic risk in your investment portfolios. These risks will continue to impact almost all segments and industries — not just the obvious polluters. However, with climate risk also comes tremendous investment opportunity as the economy reworks against the impacts of climate change.
Discover the Benefits of Sustainable Climate Investing
As a proven climate leader, we are helping our clients to transform their equity and bond portfolios to lose the carbon but keep the returns. We’ve developed a range of equity and bond solutions to help you mitigate and adapt to climate change risks, and position your portfolio for the transition to the low carbon economy.
Sustainable Climate Equity Strategy
The State Street Sustainable Climate Equity Strategy offer investors their desired equity exposure, while achieving results through a powerful mix of mitigation of current and future carbon emissions, and adaptation to future climate-related risks.
Our new Sustainable Climate Bond Strategy adopts a systematic mitigation and adaptation approach that targets Paris-aligned reductions in carbon emissions. The Strategy reallocates capital towards companies benefiting from low carbon technologies and increases exposure to green bonds, adapting companies and bond issuers investing in the solutions needed to achieve net zero by 2050.
We offer fully customisable equity and corporate bond exposures, allowing clients to select their preferred carbon reduction target range, while minimising tracking error and maintaining benchmark characteristics.
Our climate reporting solutions are designed to help clients understand how their strategies perform against their investment objectives, including climate-focused objectives. The reports also help clients to meet regulatory obligations and their reporting obligations to beneficiaries, trustees and other stakeholders. Ask for an example.
Climate change has been a core theme of State Street Global Advisors’ stewardship activities since 2014. Learn more.
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