The new ETFs allow investors to participate in the performance of various MSCI indices on a regional or global level, which are grouped according to sustainability criteria….
The benchmark indices exclude companies related to weapons, tobacco cultivation or generating revenues from coal or oil.
Companies that violate the UN Global Compact principles or do not have an ESG ranking are also excluded from the indices.
The weighting of the companies in the individual indices is based on their ESG ratings and CO2 emissions.
The five investment regions are the USA, Japan, Europe, the EU countries and the global MSCI World index.
The new asset classes of the ETFs apply a distributive appropriation of earnings.
|iShares MSCI EMU ESG Enhanced UCITS ETF EUR (Acc)||IE00BHZPHZ28||0.15||MSCI EMU ESG Enhanced Focus Index|
|iShares MSCI Japan ESG Enhanced UCITS ETF USD (Acc)||IE00BHZPJ346||0.20||MSCI Japan ESG Enhanced Focus Index|
|iShares MSCI USA ESG Enhanced UCITS ETF USD (Acc)||IE00BHZPJ890||0.10||MSCI USA ESG Enhanced Focus Index|
|iShares MSCI World ESG Enhanced UCITS ETF USD (Acc)||IE00BG11HV38||0.20||MSCI World ESG Enhanced Focus Index|
|iShares MSCI Europe ESG Enhanced UCITS ETF EUR (Acc)||IE00BHZPJ676||0.15||MSCI Europe ESG Enhanced Focus Index|