Investing in thematics


The roots of future growth are embedded in four megatrends reshaping the global economy

From social change to technological revolution and shifts in economic power to environmental challenges, these secular trends offer many attractive opportunities for investors over the long term. Amundi offers a range of thematic ETFs to enable you to seize them.


Explore our range of thematic ETFs


Global Luxury

The  Amundi S&P Global Luxury UCITS ETF  seeks to benefit from the long term growth of the global luxury goods sector that is offering attractive investment opportunities driven by:

  • The rise of new regional markets
  • Sociodemographic changes
  • Shifts in consumption habits

With an OGC of 0.25%*, the fund covers stocks of 80 of the largest publicly traded companies engaged in the production or distribution of luxury goods or provision of luxury services globally.



Artificial Intelligence

The  Amundi STOXX Global Artificial Intelligence UCITS ETF  seeks to capture opportunities presented by the continual rise of AI by targeting the most promising companies with AI exposure across a range of sectors:

  • IT
  • Industrials
  • Communications
  • Consumer Discretionary

With an OGC of 0.35%*, the fund covers developed and emerging market equities and both mid- and large-cap stocks.



Smart City

The  Amundi Smart City UCITS ETF  seeks to harness the power of innovation in our global cities by targeting:

  • Public infrastructure
  • Smart homes
  • E-Commerce
  • Technology
  • Entertainment
  • Health

With an OGC of 0.35%*, the fund covers developed and emerging market equities and both mid- and large-cap stocks.  




Smart Factory

The  Amundi Smart Factory UCITS ETF  seeks to unleash the investment potential of the fourth industrial revolution by targeting:

  • Advanced Robotics
  • Cloud and ‘Big Data’
  • Cyber Security
  • Augmented Reality & 3D Printing
  • Internet of Things

With an OGC of 0.35%*, the fund covers developed and emerging market equities and both mid- and large-cap stocks. 



With a growing focus on climate change and the energy transition, our ranges of climate ETFs offer investors the opportunity to capitalise on the trend.

All of the climate ETFs in these ranges are classified under Article 9 of SFDR.

  • Transition towards a low carbon economy with broad market exposure: our range of CTB (Climate Transition Benchmarks) ETFs allow investors to align their portfolios with the objectives of the Paris Agreement whilst maintaining broad exposure to European and Global Equity markets.



  • Accelerated transition towards a low carbon economy with GHG intensive activity screen: Amundi offers a wide range of Paris-aligned climate ETFs, spanning both equity and fixed income. The range comprises exposure to Euro Corporate fixed income as well as Eurozone, European, and global developed equity markets.


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With governments around the world looking at infrastructure to support the economy, the Amundi Global Infrastructure - UCITS ETF offers a simple and cost-effective exposure to global listed infrastructure.

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Key risks

  • Risk of the loss of invested capital. Investors may not get back the original amount invested and may lose all of their investment.
  • Risk associated with the markets to which the ETF is exposed. The price and value of investments are linked to the liquidity risk of the components.
  • Investments can go up as well as down.
  • Risk associated with the volatility of the securities/currencies composing the underlying index.
  • The fund investment objective may only be partially reached.


* Ongoing charges - annual, all taxes included. For Amundi ETF funds, the ongoing charges correspond to the Total Expense Ratio. The ongoing charges represent the charges taken from the fund over a year. When the fund has not closed its accounts for the first time, the ongoing charges are estimated. It compares the annual total management and operating costs (all taxes included) charged to a fund against the value of that fund’s assets. Transaction cost and commissions may occur when trading ETFs.