Global equity funds: Winners and losers in the low-carbon revolution

Independent asset managers dominate the top and bottom five in the new Morningstar carbon transition ratings of global equity funds domiciled in Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Finland.

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The funds associated with having the highest carbon transition risks and fossil fuel exposure are listed in Sweden and Norway.

Fronteer Harvest B is worst positioned to a low-carbon future, according to Morningstar data. This is a fund of funds launched in 2016, which has Vanguard FTSE Emerging Markets ETF as its single biggest position.

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