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Institutional investors can also include operating companies that decide to invest profits in these types of assets. Typical investors include banks, insurance companies, retirement or pension funds, hedge funds, investment advisors and mutual funds.

Despite the absence of consistent regulator and stakeholder demand, listed companies are increasingly disclosing the carbon efficiency of their business activities. As a result, institutional investors can review independent benchmarking of environmentally friendly opportunities before making investment decisions, and indexes such as the new S&P/IFCI Carbon Efficient Index can incentive portfolio investment flows to the most carbon-efficient companies by recognizing them with high ratings. Benchmarking and independent rating encourages carbon efficiency competition within sectors and can lead to new market-based incentives such as lower cost of capital and enhanced reputation among clients and customers.


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