At the heart of our management approach
Sustainable and innovative solutions
As an asset manager, we can play a key role in steering investment flows guiding savings flows and the way we influence issuers in order to foster create a more sustainable economy. Thanks to its specific franchises, Lyxor has what it takes to be an investment manager with a positive impact on the environment, especially regarding the climate transition. Our strong innovation culture and engineering tradition allow us to place sustainability at the heart of our management approach. Through our active and passive management investment offering and our expertise in solutions, we are responding to the growing demand for sustainable investment, with a particular emphasis on addressing the challenges of climate change.
A committed shareholder
Promoting ESG best practices
Lyxor has developed a shareholder engagement policy for the funds it manages. We require the issuers we invest in to take into account and transparently address any non-financial considerations they face. Lyxor maintains a proactive dialogue with companies throughout the year in order to encourage them to integrate climate change issues into their strategy.
Measuring the impact of portfolios on the planet
Assessing ESG and climate risks
Our proprietary methodology uses simple and easily measurable indicators to assess our funds’ ESG and climate footprint.
In January 2021, Lyxor reached a major milestone by publishing the temperature ratings for over 150 of its ETFs. We provide investors with the information they need to assess their portfolios’ impact on global warming and help them align their portfolios with the goals of the Paris Agreement.
Our climate policy
An ambitious framework for the climate transition
Launched in 2019, our Climate Policy places climate challenges at the heart of our responsible investment policy and of our everyday business as an asset manager. Lyxor aims to fast-track its pledge to fight climate change and contribute to the worldwide goal of keeping global warming below 1.5 degree by 2100, as set out in the Paris Agreement.