What is the FTSE4Good Index Series?

What is the FTSE4Good Index Series?

The FTSE4Good Index Series is a series of benchmark and tradable indexes for ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) investors, which was launched in 2001. The FTSE4Good criteria is applied to the FTSE Emerging Indexes, which covers over 20 emerging countries, and was launched in 2016.

How do I get FTSE4Good index?

The FTSE4Good selection criteria are designed to reflect strong ESG risk management practices. In order to be included in the FTSE4Good Index Series companies must have an overall ESG Rating of 3.3 out of 51. This ensures only companies demonstrating strong management of ESG risks are included.

What is F4GBM?

The F4GBM Index measures the performance of public listed companies (PLCs) demonstrating strong environmental, social and governance (ESG) practices. The index was launched in December 2014 with a total of 24 constituents. The index is reviewed in June and December against international benchmarks.

What is FTSE Russell?

FTSE Russell provides a comprehensive range of reliable and accurate indexes, giving investors the tools they require to measure and analyze global markets across asset classes, styles or strategies.

When did FTSE buy Russell?

December 2014. LSEG completes the acquisition of Frank Russell Company, a US-based financial services provider whose assets include the Russell Indexes business.

Where is FTSE Russell?

London, England
FTSE Russell

Type Subsidiary
Founded 1995
Headquarters 10 Upper Bank Street London, England, UK
Key people Arne Staal (CEO)
Products Financial indices

How does FTSE make money?

FTSE Group earns around 60 per cent of revenue from annual subscription fees and 40 per cent from licensing for index-based products. Clients include both active and passive fund managers, consultants, asset owners, sell-side firms and financial data vendors.

Did FTSE buy Russell?

In the same year, LSEG sold Frank Russell Company’s asset management division Russell Investments. Also in 2015, FTSE Russell acquired the corporate data company Mergent….FTSE Russell.

Type Subsidiary
Parent London Stock Exchange Group
Website ftserussell.com

Who owns FTSE index?

the London Stock Exchange
FTSE International Limited trading as FTSE Russell (/ˈfʊtsi/) is a British provider of stock market indices and associated data services, wholly owned by the London Stock Exchange (LSE) and operating from premises in Canary Wharf. It operates the well known UK FTSE 100 Index as well as a number of other indices.

What are FTSE companies?

The Financial Times Stock Exchange 100 Index, also called the FTSE 100 Index, FTSE 100, FTSE, or, informally, the “Footsie” /ˈfʊtsi/, is a share index of the 100 companies listed on the London Stock Exchange with (in principle) the highest market capitalisation.

What’s the difference between FTSE 100 and 250?

While the FTSE 100 represents the biggest companies with shares traded in London, the 250 includes the group below the FTSE 100.


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