ET Index raises £1.13m for climate risk investor tools

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ET Index raises £1.13m for climate risk investor tools

Funding will be used to rollout new tools to help investors manage their exposure to climate and carbon risk

Low carbon investment tracker ET Index Research has raised £1.13m from angel and family office investors in seed funding, the firm announced on Monday. ET Index produces the yearly ET Low Carbon Index...

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