Whatever your sustainability objectives, you can count on us.
As one of Europe's leading responsible investors*, we already offer more ways for you to invest in line with your values than most other providers - and our range of responsible ETFs is set to get even better. If you are looking for a partner to build sustainable, diversified and cost-efficient portfolios, look no further.
* Based on assets under management and voting and engagement track record.
Europe has led the ESG revolution, with early adoption, advanced regulation and sophisticated investor demand. Being European ourselves, we naturally have extensive experience than most in responding to ESG requirements whether by innovating new products, engaging proactively and robustly with the companies in which we invest, or helping you understand the fast-moving regulatory environment.
There’s no one-size-fits-all solution when it comes to ESG, so we have carefully built a comprehensive, but continually evolving, range of investment products.
Our relationships with you, our investors, and our flexible approach are integral to this. We are committed to listening to and understanding your goals and challenges in order to innovate new ways of meeting your unique needs.
We’re also committed to keeping the costs of our responsible investing ETFs low to ensure that all investors have the option to invest in line with their values.
ESG and Climate ETFs
of AuM in ESG and Climate ETFs
of our ETF range will be ESG in 2025*
Source: Amundi ETF, data as of 30/09/2022. Given for indicative purposes only, may change without prior notice.
* Learn more about Amundi's Ambition 2025 here
Align your portfolio with your values using our suite of Equity ETFs incorporating ESG values
From green bonds to government bonds, discover our Fixed Income ETFs incorporating ESG values
No matter their size, your investments can help to address the climate emergency. We make it simple with our Net Zero ambition Climate ETFs.
Our range of SFDR 8 ETFs that cover key responsible investing themes from new energy to gender equality
Capital at risk. Investing in funds entails risk, most notably the risk of capital loss. The value of an investment is subject to market fluctuation and may decrease or increase as a consequence. As a result, fund subscribers may lose part or all of their initial investment.