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UBS Asset Management: More than USD1 billion invested in sustainable ETFs

Over US $ 1 billion now invested in sustainable UBS ETFs….

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Andrew Walsh, Head of UBS ETF Sales UK & Ireland

•             Michael Baldinger joins in new role as Head of Sustainable and Impact Investing

UBS Asset Management has reached a major milestone with more than USD1 billion in assets under management in its SRI ETF range.

Andrew Walsh, Head of UBS ETF Sales UK & Ireland, commented: “Reaching this milestone shows that investors are recognizing the importance of sustainability and are keen to use the opportunities offered by UBS SRI ETFs in their investment portfolio”.

“The unique range of UBS SRI ETF’s offers investors the possibility to form a sustainable worldwide portfolio in an efficient way”, says Thomas Merz, Head of UBS ETF Europe. The composition of the underlying benchmark is achieved by a combination of environment, social and governance ratings, screening for controversial activities and an exclusion policy .

Earlier this year, UBS Asset Management published a research paper which tested whether the SRI screening process adds value to an investor’s portfolio. We found that return differences between SRI screened and conventional portfolios are not statistically significant but that investors can expect higher risk-adjusted return levels.

UBS Asset Management continues to expand its SRI ETF offering, as part of its broader focus on providing sustainable investing solutions for clients. The firm recently announced its intention to build out its broader sustainable investment capabilities across asset classes with the appointment of Michael Baldinger, who joins the firm in November as Head of Sustainable and Impact Investing.



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