HSBC AM unveils sustainable fixed income ETF

HSBC Bloomberg EUR Corporate Sustainable Bond UCITS ETF

Pedro Gonçalves
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Olga de Tapia, global head of ETF sales, HSBC AM

Olga de Tapia, global head of ETF sales, HSBC AM

HSBC AM has launched its HSBC Bloomberg EUR Corporate Sustainable Bond UCITS ETF today (17 November) on the London Stock Exchange, as the asset manager builds a wider range of sustainable fixed income ETFs.

A second fund, HSBC Bloomberg USD Corporate Sustainable Bond UCITS ETF, will launch on 19 November, with further listings in Europe expected in the following weeks. The funds have a carbon emission intensity reduction target of over 40% and an ESG score improvement target of over 10% (EUR) and 15% (USD) relative to the parent index. Both funds meet Article 8 Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR) classification. Each fund tracks its respective Bloomberg Barclays MSCI Corporate SRI ESG-Weighted index (USA & Europe) and seeks to provide consistent beta exposure to the high-qua...

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