Sustainable Finance and Investment

LSEG Sovereign Sustainability Solutions

Bringing sustainability to fixed income investing.

LSEG sovereign sustainability solutions enable Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) integration into fixed income and multi asset research, complementing traditional credit analysis with the goal of assisting financial sector clients in the transition towards a sustainable economy.

The data offers:

  • Institutional grade fixed income sustainable investment data sets
  • Sustainable fixed income indices, based on FTSE Russell’s trusted index families
  • Data that includes smart risk and climate metrics, in addition to underlying models
  • A broad choice of ESG integration solutions that can span both equity and fixed income

Our sovereign sustainability solutions are built on in-house expertise on climate/ESG, data science, and financial risk assessment, and covers over 175 countries and 10,000 companies.

LSEG Sovereign Sustainability Solutions

ESG Factor-In

Assesses the overall ESG performance of a country relative to its peers, highlighting how ESG factors contribute to the sustainable growth of a country.

Sovereign Climate KPIs

Metrics offering a comprehensive view of country exposure to climate-related risks & opportunities (physical and transition).

Sovereign Risk Monitor

ESG-augmented credit risk score offering a quantitative, relative and systematic approach to integrating ESG fundamentals in sovereign risk assessment.

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Don’t just listen to us…

Analysing portfolio exposure to ESG risks and opportunities with Meridiam

Rice fields on terraced with wooden pavilion at sunrise in Mu Cang Chai, YenBai, Vietnam.

“Together with our investors and partners, our mission is to deliver sustainable and resilient infrastructure that improve the quality of people’s lives over the long term.”

– Thierry Déau, CEO and Founder, Meridiam

Mapping the way towards a low-carbon world

Beautiful sunset above the windmills on the field

To meet the goals of the Paris Climate Agreement, countries around the world need to reallocate investment towards the low carbon economy on a massive scale. To tackle this issue that belongs to common good, the coordination of efforts from the public policies and private sector is required, specifically for the following three groups of market players.

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