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Climate and sustainability commitments


Lyxor has been a signatory of the Principles for Responsible Investment since 2014, a UN supported international network of investors collaborating to implement six principles on sustainable investing.

climate action

Lyxor has been a signatory of Climate Action 100+ since 2018, an investor-led initiative focused on engagement with the world’s biggest emitters to encourage decarbonisation policies and commitments.

green bond

Lyxor has been a signatory of Climate Action 100+ since 2018, an investor-led initiative focused on engagement with the world’s biggest emitters to encourage decarbonisation policies and commitments.


Lyxor is a formal supporter of the Taskforce on Climate-related Financial Disclosures, a framework for effective and standardised company reporting on climate risk.


The CDP is a non-profit that runs the global disclosure system for investors, companies and governments to help manage their environmental impacts. Lyxor is a supporter of the CDP SBTs Campaign, which offers signatories the opportunity to play a key role in accelerating adoption of science-based climate targets by corporates.

climate bond

Lyxor is a member of the Climate Bonds Initiative Partnership Program, demonstrating its commitment to supporting the green bond market and low carbon investments. Holdings of Lyxor’s green bond ETF range are all approved by the CBI.

ESG data and index partners​


Lyxor uses Institutional Shareholder Services for voting recommendations and for internal research on governance. Additionally, Lyxor uses ISS-Ethix data to identify companies considered in violation of Societe Generale Group’s defence policy.


Lyxor relies on MSCI – a leader in ESG research and indexing – for ESG data and ratings, climate data for listed issuers and sovereign assets, and indices for sustainable ETFs.


Solactive is a leading index provider based in Germany, and manages the indices underlying Lyxor’s Green Bond and Gender Equality ETFs.


Trucost, a division of S&P Global, is a leader in climate-related data. Trucost supports Lyxor on the calculation of portfolio warming temperature scenarios for its funds, helping investors check if their holdings are aligned with the goals of the Paris Agreement.​


Lyxor draws on services from Sustainalytics, a leading provider of ESG and corporate governance research and ratings, to support them in their thematic engagement campaigns on localised water management, plastic and circular economy, and responsible cleantech.​


Lyxor’s World Water and New Energy ETFs are based on the stock selection expertise of RobecoSAM, a leader in sustainable thematic investments.​

S&P DOW jones

S&P Dow Jones Indices, a global leader in investible benchmarks, is the index provider behind some of Lyxor’s Paris-Aligned climate ETFs designed to invest for a 1.5°C future.​


Equileap is a research organisation promoting gender equality in the workforce, and manages a proprietary database of gender diversity metrics for over 3,500 companies. Equileap’s gender equality scores inform the index underlying Lyxor’s Gender Equality ETF. ​

Professional association memberships​


Lyxor is a member of the European Fund and Asset Management Association, and participates in discussions on responsible investment at a European level via dedicated working groups.


At a national level, Lyxor takes part in the following technical committees and working groups of the Association Française de Gestion d’actifs: the Responsible Investment Committee and the Corporate Governance Committee. Lyxor is also part of the International Finance Commission.

Academic research partners​

chaire finance

Lyxor is a member of the Sustainable Finance and Responsible Investment Chair whose work has contributed to the emergence of new valuation models taking into account the long term environmental and social consequences of companies’ actions.

house of finance

In 2015, Lyxor launched a partnership with the House of Finance of the University Paris-Dauphine: the Lyxor/Dauphine Research Academy. Its 2019 paper focused on how ESG portfolios have, on average, not led to reduced returns.