Record net inflows for Amundi ETF

ETF activity in 2016

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The commitment to cost-efficiency and client-driven innovation were decisive in helping Amundi ETF to capture over €4 bn of net new assets in 20161.

This brings the total AUM of Amundi’s ETF range to €25 bn1 with an annual growth rate of almost 27% in 2016 (vs market average of 14.5%)2.

Fannie Wurtz, Managing Director of Amundi ETF, Indexing & Smart Beta, comments these figures: « This very positive year confirms Amundi ETF’s robustness and our ability to provide investors with innovative and cost-efficient solutions over the long term, together with the crucial support and experience of Amundi to expand into new client segments in 2017 ».

In 2017, inaddition to continuing to grow market share in the institutional market, one of Amundi ETF’s core objectives will be to reinforce its footprint with distribution channels. The expansion of the physical ETF range, which began in 2016 with five core equity products, will support new partnerships, especially through the development of ETF-wrapped solutions for distributors. These solutions bring together Amundi’s renowned skills in advisory, balanced management and capital protected solutions3, whilst leveraging long standing relationships with distributors across the globe.

To better assist investors in their asset allocation challenges, Amundi ETF continues to consider innovation as a key development driver in 2017, primarily in the fixed income space. This is to meet the challenge posed by low interest rates; as well as in the smart beta field, to better manage risks and capture rewarded risks.


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1. Source : Amundi ETF, Indiciel & Smart Beta as at 31/12/2016 - excluding SBI Funds Management joint venture figures
2. Source : Amundi ETF, Indiciel & Smart Beta, based on Deutsche Bank European  ETF Market Review 2016
3. Capital protection may, depending on the fund, be conditional on minimum performance; So if this performance condition is not met, you may incur a capital loss corresponding to the drawdown

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