I've been looking for a definitive and up-to-date (and reasonably regularly updated) source listing the companies included in the FTSE4Good UK 50 index (preferably by their LSE ticker code).

This has proven surprisingly hard to find.

Initially I assumed it'd be available at the LSE's site where lists of e.g FTSE100 constituents and FTSE techmark constituents can be found. But while the FTSE4Good UK does have a presence there, it's missing the "constituents" tab the other indices provide.

The other obvious place is the FTSE Russell's own info on the index (and its international/global siblings)... however there seems to be nothing as straightforward as a list of companies there so far as I could find. The best I could do was a factsheet with some "top5" info, and some periodic review documents just listing differential changes (example)... but nothing with an actual list before or after those changes.

So: What are the companies included in the FTSE4Good UK 50? (And if anyone can provide the information, where did you get it?)

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    ftse.com/products/indices/values-constituents and ftse.com/analytics/factsheets/Home/ConstituentsWeights Not complete but something. Nothing on the FT website too. – DumbCoder Sep 20 '17 at 9:05
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    @DumbCoder: looks promising but the "FTSE4Good UK 50" link on that page takes me to some factsheet about some China index! FWIW I've used their "Contact Us" to report it as a broken link. – timday Sep 20 '17 at 9:12
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    They did mention in one of the 2 links that they print in arrears, so I am not sure they update their website so regularly. Probably they churn companies very frequently. I was surprised the constituents not being present on FT either( I have premium subscription so can access everything). – DumbCoder Sep 20 '17 at 9:14

The FTSE4Good Index data files are available to clients of FTSE. This is a commercial service for investors, who are their primary audience. The list of companies in FTSE4Good is available to other stakeholders on request. Where commercial use is to be made of the data, FTSE charges for this service.

  • Welcome to Personal Finance & Money! I've edited your description to remove parts that aren't relevant to answering the question. Is there a reference on the FTSE website that explains this? – Ganesh Sittampalam Mar 25 at 9:01

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