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Using the S&P Global ESG score, investors can optimize the environmental, social and governance tilts of portfolios.
Using the S&P Global ESG Score as a constraint in portfolio alignment the weighted S&P Global ESG Score of an ESG Tilted S&P 500 and ESG Tilted S&P Global 1200 portfolio increases by an average of 24% and 22% respectively, as compared to the benchmark, whilst still largely maintaining the underlying benchmark characteristics.
From January 2014 to July 2020, the S&P 500 went up 113%. In that same time period, our ESG titled S&P 500 portfolio increased 121%, a difference of 8.5% over that time. Since the Covid outbreak in March 2020, the S&P 500 is up 13.2%, while the ESG tilted S&P 500 portfolio grew 15%, a difference of 1.8%.
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