SRI Study 2010

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Eurosif’s 2010 European SRI Study1 highlights the scale of the European SRI Market as well as European and National Trends across nineteen countries, including for the first time the Baltic States, Poland, Greece and Cyprus.

Some of the Study’s most important findings include, among others:

  • The total SRI assets under management (AuM) have increased from €2.7 trillion to €5 trillion, as of December 31, 2009. This represents a spectacular growth of about 87% since the data was previously collected two years before.
  • As in the previous editions of the study (2008, 2006, 2003), Eurosif continues to utilise Core SRI  and Broad SRI  as a means to segment the SRI market. Core SRI (estimated at €1.2 trillion) consists of norms- and values- based exclusions and different types of positive screens while Broad SRI (estimated at €3.8 trillion) encompasses simple exclusion, engagement and integration approaches.
  • The SRI market remains largely driven by institutional investors representing 92% of the total AuM.
  • Bonds are now the favoured asset class among SRI investors, representing 53% of total SRI assets, while equities have dropped down to 33%.

Download the Eurosif 2010 European SRI Study ( English French).

Download the 2010 European SRI Study Press Release (EnglishFrançaisDeutschItalianoNederlands).

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For any questions regarding the 2010 SRI Study information and data, please contact research@eurosif.org;
For information on the events planned around the 2010 European SRI Study, please contact events@eurosif.org;
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1Following the November 2010 revision of the European SRI Study, please refer to this online version for the most up-to-date information.

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