Socially responsible investing index-based MPS range hits market

Ebi Portfolios teams up with European asset management giant Amundi

Hope Coumbe
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A low-cost and socially responsible investing (SRI) model portfolio service (MPS) range is being launched into market today (20 February) by Ebi Portfolios and Amundi.

The Parmenion-owned discretionary fund manager and French asset management business said the range is designed specifically for investors seeking a globally-diversified SRI offering. The solution will invest in passively managed funds, with the SRI equity portfolio investing in a range of Amundi SRI PAB (Paris-Aligned Benchmark) equity funds. The investments will track MSCI SRI Filtered PAB regional indices, which focus on the top 25% ESG-rated companies relative to sector peers. The methodology also has both environmental and social-based exclusions and is aligned with the Europea...

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