FTSE Russell is delighted to announce the launch of £SONET (Sterling Secured Overnight Executed Transactions) following an industry-wide initiative to create a new secured reference rate for sterling overnight funds, in response to the Financial Stability Board’s July 2014 recommendations on the reform of major interest rate benchmarks. £SONET has been developed by FTSE Russell and London Stock Exchange Group, in partnership with Euroclear and leading inter-dealer brokers.
FTSE Russell, the global index and data provider, announces it has licenced its FTSE EPRA/NAREIT Asia ex Japan REITs* Index to Nikko AM. Nikko AM, in partnership with Straits Trading, have today launched their new Nikko AM-Straits Trading Asia ex Japan REIT ETF on Singapore Exchange (SGX). The ETF is the first to be tracking this FTSE index.
By: Catherine Yoshimoto, senior index product manager
The Russell Equal Weight Index Series applies a two-tiered equal weighting methodology – first, to equally weight each sector and then to apply an equal weighting to each constituent within that sector resulting in increased diversification.
The FTSE Russell Smart Beta: 2017 Global Survey Findings from Asset Owners report has revealed growing interest in both smart beta and sustainability investing over the last few years. Now there is a way to combine the two strategies that could maximize the desired exposures.
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