HSBC GAM announces 'new generation' of sustainable equity ETFs

Tracking the FTSE Russell ESG Low Carbon Select indices

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The Japan Sustainable Equity UCITS ETF is among the new products to be launched
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The Japan Sustainable Equity UCITS ETF is among the new products to be launched

HSBC Global Asset Management has announced the launch of three sustainable equity ETFs, with three more to follow, seeking to offer sustainable investing with "cost-efficient exposure".

The first three ETFs to be listed on the London Stock Exchange today (5 June) are the HSBC Europe Sustainable Equity UCITS ETF, the HSBC Japan Sustainable Equity UCITS ETF and the HSBC Sustainable Equity...

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