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DIGITAL FUNDS Stars Eurozone

(Mutual) Fund in category EAA Fund Eurozone Flex-Cap Equity
Latest update - 27-09-2022
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DIGITAL FUNDS Stars Eurozone
General info
Manager: J. Chahine Capital SA
Producttype: (Mutual) Fund
Domicile: Luxembourg
Product category: EAA Fund Eurozone Flex-Cap Equity
Synthetic risk & reward indicator
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Low riskTypically lower rewards
High riskTypically higher rewards
Asset allocation
Equity
95%
Liquidities
5%
Issuers
Corporates
95%
Other
5%
SFDR disclosure information
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The EU Sustainable Finance Disclosures (SFDR) regulation requires disclosure about the proportion of sustainable investments, investments aligned with environmental or social characteristics, and other assets in the portfolio
Source: Morningstar/Sustainalytics or product manager
Investments with ESG characteristics or other
100%

Product discloses in line with Article 8 of Regulation (EU) 2019/2088: Product promoting environmental or social characteristics

Sustainability strategies used
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Each investment is screened for its potential positive or negative impact on sustainability issues like nature, labour conditions and good governance (ESG). Additionally, the possible impact of sustainability events like climate change, social unrest or legal controversies on the performance of the investments, is analysed.
Integration
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Exclusion of harmful activities such as weapons, tobacco, coal, unconventional oil & gas and laggard oil & gas and electricity utilities.
Exclusion
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Investee companies must not violate high-level normative frameworks like the UN Global Compact, the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights, the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises, and the ILO Conventions.
Norms & standards
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Best-in-class or Best-in-universe. Investing in companies with the highest ESG ratings: overall, per industry, sector or region
Best performers
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Investing in companies or sectors related to a specific sustainability theme, e.g. clean energy, health, sustainable agriculture, diversity.
Thematic
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Investing in companies or projects dedicated to creating concrete and measurable positive social or environmental impact through their products or services.
Impact
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Underweighting investments with lower ESG scores and overweighting investments with higher ESG scores in the portfolio, relative to the product’s benchmark.
Over/ underweighting
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Building the investment portfolio in such a way that overall it scores better than a benchmark on one or more ESG indicators, e.g. carbon intensity.
Beating benchmark
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Another way to favour more sustainable issuers in the selection process, if recognized by the CLA.
Other
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Engaging in a dialogue with companies and/or exercising voting rights in the companies invested in.
However, following this strategy as the only additional strategy is not sufficient.
For investments in the fossil fuel sector, engagement is mandatory.
Engagement
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Donating part of the return of the portfolio or of the management fees to a charity or a good cause.
However, following this strategy as the only additional strategy is not sufficient.
Charity
ESG due diligence using the ‘double materiality' perspective
Exclusion of harmful activities
Respect for international norms & standards
Investing in companies with the highest ESG ratings: overall. per industry. sector or region
Underweighting investments with lower ESG scores and overweighting investments with higher ESG scores. relative to the benchmark
Building the investment portfolio so that overall it scores better than a benchmark on one or more ESG indicators
Another way to favour more sustainable issuers in the selection process
Engaging in a dialogue with and/or exercising voting rights in the companies invested in
Donating part of the return of the portfolio or of the management fees to a good cause
Average portfolio reduction
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Reduction of the initial investable universe as a result of applying sustainability strategies. This is only relevant for broad portfolios, not for thematic or impact products that already start with a reduced universe.
Source: Product manager
91%
Initial investable universe
700
After negative screening
530
After positive selection
60
Exposure to controversial sectors
Tobacco
0
0
0.4
2

Data not yet available

In % of the portfolio.

Source: Morningstar/Sustainalytics

The bar above shows the exposure of the product (little triangle arrow) in comparison to the average exposure of the product category (line).
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The portfolio's exposure to tobacco products manufacturing, related products & services, and (wholesale) distribution.
Source: Morningstar/Sustainalytics
TobaccoIn % of the portfolio.Source: Morningstar/Sustainalytics
The bar above shows the exposure of the product (little triangle arrow) in comparison to the average exposure of the product category (line).
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The portfolio's exposure to military contracting, small arms production, dedicated components & services and distribution.
Source: Morningstar/Sustainalytics
WeaponsIn % of the portfolio.Source: Morningstar/Sustainalytics
The bar above shows the exposure of the product (little triangle arrow) in comparison to the average exposure of the product category (line).
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The portfolio's exposure to controversial weapons production, key components & services. Controversial weapons consist of anti-personnel mines, biological and chemical weapons, cluster weapons, depleted uranium ammunition, nuclear weapons, and white phosphorus weapons.
Source: Morningstar/Sustainalytics
Controversial weaponsIn % of the portfolio.Source: Morningstar/Sustainalytics
The bar above shows the exposure of the product (little triangle arrow) in comparison to the average exposure of the product category (line).
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The portfolio's exposure to thermal coal extraction.
Source: Morningstar/Sustainalytics
CoalIn % of the portfolio.Source: Morningstar/Sustainalytics
The bar above shows the exposure of the product (little triangle arrow) in comparison to the average exposure of the product category (line).
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The portfolio's asset-weighted percentage revenue exposure to extraction of tar sands and Arctic oil & gas exploration.
Source: Morningstar/Sustainalytics
Controversial oil & gas extractionIn % of the portfolio.Source: Morningstar/Sustainalytics
The bar above shows the exposure of the product (little triangle arrow) in comparison to the average exposure of the product category (line).
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The portfolio's asset-weighted percentage revenue exposure to oil & gas production (exploration, transportation, refining).
Source: Morningstar/Sustainalytics
Conventional oil & gas productionIn % of the portfolio.Source: Morningstar/Sustainalytics
The bar above shows the exposure of the product (little triangle arrow) in comparison to the average exposure of the product category (line).
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The portfolio's asset-weighted percentage revenue exposure to utilities that generate electricity by burning coal, oil or natural gas.
Source: Morningstar/Sustainalytics
Non-renewable energy generationIn % of the portfolio.Source: Morningstar/Sustainalytics
The bar above shows the exposure of the product (little triangle arrow) in comparison to the average exposure of the product category (line).
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The portfolio's exposure to nuclear power generation.
Source: Morningstar/Sustainalytics
Nuclear energy generationIn % of the portfolio.Source: Morningstar/Sustainalytics
The bar above shows the exposure of the product (little triangle arrow) in comparison to the average exposure of the product category (line).
Adverse impact indicators
Carbon footprint
0
47.3
113.2
1295

Data not yet available

In tonnes per million EUR.

Source: Morningstar/Sustainalytics

If data is available, the bar above shows the performance of the product (little triangle arrow) in comparison to the average performance of the product category (line).
Corporates
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The amount in tonnes per million (Euro) invested for the Greenhouse Gas (GHG) scope 1 and 2 emissions that are attributable to the portfolio. The amount of emission of GHG (in tonnes) divided by the amount invested (in Euros) is known as the Carbon footprint of a portfolio. Calculated by working out for each unique holding the percentage of that company that the portfolio owns. The portfolio is therefore responsible for that portion of the company's Green house gas scope 1 and 2 emissions. Then each holdings responsible share of the Green house gas scope 1 and 2 emissions are summed to given an overall emissions in tonnes, divided by the millions (Euro) invested in total in those companies. This only includes the long portion of the holdings for which the data is available. The principal adverse impacts (PAIs) are defined by the EU Sustainable Finance Disclosures (SFDR) regulation and are used to measure the adverse impacts of investments.
Source: Morningstar/Sustainalytics
Carbon footprintIn tonnes per million EUR.Source: Morningstar/Sustainalytics
If data is available, the bar above shows the performance of the product (little triangle arrow) in comparison to the average performance of the product category (line).
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The weighted average for the portfolio of the underlying holding's Greenhouse Gas (GHG) intensity scope 1 and 2. The average only includes holdings for which the Greenhouse Gas (GHG) intensity scope 1 and 2 are known. It is calculated only on the long holdings portion of the portfolio. The GHG intensity for a company is a measure of it's emissions per million (in Euros) of revenue. The principal adverse impacts (PAIs) are defined by the EU Sustainable Finance Disclosures (SFDR) regulation and are used to measure the adverse impacts of investments.
Source: Morningstar/Sustainalytics
GHG intensityIn tonnes per million EUR.Source: Morningstar/Sustainalytics
If data is available, the bar above shows the performance of the product (little triangle arrow) in comparison to the average performance of the product category (line).
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The percentage of the long only portfolio that is exposed to corporations that make any revenue from activities related to Fossil Fuels. The principal adverse impacts (PAIs) are defined by the EU Sustainable Finance Disclosures (SFDR) regulation and are used to measure the adverse impacts of investments.
Source: Morningstar/Sustainalytics
Fossil fuel involvementIn % of the portfolio.Source: Morningstar/Sustainalytics
If data is available, the bar above shows the performance of the product (little triangle arrow) in comparison to the average performance of the product category (line).
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The weighted average for the portfolio of the percentage of the underlying holding's energy consumption that comes from non-renewable sources. The average only includes holdings for which the non renewable percentage of energy consumption are known. It is calculated only on the long holdings portion of the portfolio. The principal adverse impacts (PAIs) are defined by the EU Sustainable Finance Disclosures (SFDR) regulation and are used to measure the adverse impacts of investments.
Source: Morningstar/Sustainalytics
Non-renewable energy consumptionIn % of the portfolio.Source: Morningstar/Sustainalytics
If data is available, the bar above shows the performance of the product (little triangle arrow) in comparison to the average performance of the product category (line).
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The percentage of the long only portfolio that is exposed to corporations that make any revenue from activities that have a negative affect on biodiversity. The principal adverse impacts (PAIs) are defined by the EU Sustainable Finance Disclosures (SFDR) regulation and are used to measure the adverse impacts of investments.
Source: Morningstar/Sustainalytics
Negative effect on biodiversityIn % of the portfolio.Source: Morningstar/Sustainalytics
If data is available, the bar above shows the performance of the product (little triangle arrow) in comparison to the average performance of the product category (line).
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The amount in tonnes per million (Euro) invested for the emissions to water that are attributable to the portfolio. Calculated by working out for each unique holding the percentage of that company that the portfolio owns. The portfolio is therefore responsible for that portion of the company's emissions to water. Then each holdings responsible share of the emissions to water are summed to given an overall emissions in tonnes, divided by the millions (Euro) invested in total in those companies. This only includes the long portion of the holdings for which the data is available. The principal adverse impacts (PAIs) are defined by the EU Sustainable Finance Disclosures (SFDR) regulation and are used to measure the adverse impacts of investments.
Source: Morningstar/Sustainalytics
Emissions to waterIn tonnes per million EUR.Source: Morningstar/Sustainalytics
If data is available, the bar above shows the performance of the product (little triangle arrow) in comparison to the average performance of the product category (line).
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The weighted average of the covered holdings' water withdrawal intensity values. At the holding level, water withdrawal intensity represents the volume of water withdrawal per unit of revenue (milion USD). Water withdrawal differs from water consumption or water usage, and is defined as the total volume (in cubic meters) of water withdrawn or diverted from various water sources, such as groundwater, lake, municipal supplies, etc. (including sea water).
Source: Morningstar/Sustainalytics
Water withdrawal IntensityIn m3 per million USD.Source: Morningstar/Sustainalytics
If data is available, the bar above shows the performance of the product (little triangle arrow) in comparison to the average performance of the product category (line).
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The amount in tonnes per million (Euro) invested for the hazardous waste emissions that are attributable to the portfolio. Calculated by working out for each unique holding the percentage of that company that the portfolio owns. The portfolio is therefore responsible for that portion of the company's hazardous waste emissions. Then each holdings responsible share of the hazardous waste emissions are summed to given an overall emissions in tonnes, divided by the millions (Euro) invested in total in those companies. This only includes the long portion of the holdings for which the data is available. The principal adverse impacts (PAIs) are defined by the EU Sustainable Finance Disclosures (SFDR) regulation and are used to measure the adverse impacts of investments.
Source: Morningstar/Sustainalytics
Hazardous wasteIn tonnes per million EUR.Source: Morningstar/Sustainalytics
If data is available, the bar above shows the performance of the product (little triangle arrow) in comparison to the average performance of the product category (line).
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The percentage of the long only portfolio that is exposed to corporations that have violations of the United Nations Global Compact principles or Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises The principal adverse impacts (PAIs) are defined by the EU Sustainable Finance Disclosures (SFDR) regulation and are used to measure the adverse impacts of investments.
Source: Morningstar/Sustainalytics
UNGC principles/ OECD guidelines violationsIn % of the portfolio.Source: Morningstar/Sustainalytics
If data is available, the bar above shows the performance of the product (little triangle arrow) in comparison to the average performance of the product category (line).
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The weighted average for the portfolio of the underlying holding's gender pay gap. The average only includes holdings for which the gender pay gap details are known. It is calculated only on the long holdings portion of the portfolio. The principal adverse impacts (PAIs) are defined by the EU Sustainable Finance Disclosures (SFDR) regulation and are used to measure the adverse impacts of investments.
Source: Morningstar/Sustainalytics
Gender pay gapIn %.Source: Morningstar/Sustainalytics
If data is available, the bar above shows the performance of the product (little triangle arrow) in comparison to the average performance of the product category (line).
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The weighted average for the portfolio for the percentage of female board members of the underlying holdings. The average only includes holdings for which the percentage of female board members details are known. It is calculated only on the long holdings portion of the portfolio. The principal adverse impacts (PAIs) are defined by the EU Sustainable Finance Disclosures (SFDR) regulation and are used to measure the adverse impacts of investments.
Source: Morningstar/Sustainalytics
Female board membersIn % of female board members of the underlying holdings.Source: Morningstar/Sustainalytics
If data is available, the bar above shows the performance of the product (little triangle arrow) in comparison to the average performance of the product category (line).
Sovereigns
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The weighted average for the portfolio of the underlying holding's carbon intensity for sovereign issuers. The average only includes holdings for which the carbon intensity for the countries of the sovereign bonds are known. It is calculated only on the long holdings portion of the portfolio. The principal adverse impacts (PAIs) are defined by the EU Sustainable Finance Disclosures (SFDR) regulation and are used to measure the adverse impacts of investments.
Source: Morningstar/Sustainalytics
Carbon intensityIn % of the portfolio.Source: Morningstar/Sustainalytics
If data is available, the bar above shows the performance of the product (little triangle arrow) in comparison to the average performance of the product category (line).
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The percentage of countries invested in (not percentage of the portfolio) that have social violations as referred to in international treaties and conventions, United Nations principles and, where applicable, national law. This only includes the long portion of the holdings. The principal adverse impacts (PAIs) are defined by the EU Sustainable Finance Disclosures (SFDR) regulation and are used to measure the adverse impacts of investments.
Source: Morningstar/Sustainalytics
Social violationsIn number of countries.Source: Morningstar/Sustainalytics
If data is available, the bar above shows the performance of the product (little triangle arrow) in comparison to the average performance of the product category (line).
Sustainability impact
Impact themes
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The percentage of the long only portfolio that is exposed to corporations that make any revenue (>0%) from these 5 impact themes.
Source: Morningstar/Sustainalytics
30%
25%
20%
15%
10%
5%
0%
15%
21%
9%
2%
0%
Climate action
Resource security
Healthy ecosystems
Basic needs
Human development
Top 3 SDGs
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The 3 UN Sustainable Develeopment Goals (SDGs) to which the long only portfolio has the highest involvement, measured by exposure to corporations that make any revenue from the SDG
Source: Morningstar/Sustainalytics
EU Taxonomy
EU Taxonomy alignment (planned)
0
0
0
100

Data not yet available

In % of the portfolio.

Source: Morningstar/Sustainalytics

If data is available, the bar above shows the performance of the product (little triangle arrow) in comparison to the average performance of the product category (line).
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The (planned) percentage of the long only portfolio that is exposed to economic activities aligned with the EU Taxonomy regulation.
Source: Morningstar/Sustainalytics or product manager
EU Taxonomy alignment (planned)In % of the portfolio.Source: Morningstar/Sustainalytics
If data is available, the bar above shows the performance of the product (little triangle arrow) in comparison to the average performance of the product category (line).
Other portfolio details
Can derivatives be used in the portfolio management?
No
Does the portfolio contain use-of-proceeds instruments?
No
Can the product practice securities lending?
No
Does the product practice short selling?
No
Does the product invest in unlabelled underlying products?
No
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