Terms of use 

The present terms and conditions were last updated on 27 June 2023.

Before continuing on to the website, please read the terms of use carefully. Your use of the Amundi ETF website constitutes your acceptance of the terms and conditions set forth below. If you do not agree to these terms and conditions, please do not go to the site, or access any page thereof.

In the present terms and conditions, the terms stated below refer to the following:

  • “site” or “website”: the amundietf.com website;
  • “affiliates” or “affiliated companies”: Amundi Immobilier, Amundi Private Equity Funds, Amundi Alternative Investments SAS and Amundi Luxembourg.
  • “products” or “funds” : mutual funds and other financial products managed and/or marketed by Amundi or an affiliated company as defined by the article L.214-1  of the Monetary and Financial Code.
  • “ETC”: Exchange Traded Commodities regulated by Directive 2014/65/EU.

Legal information concerning AMUNDI's group

You are currently logged on to the website of Amundi ETF. Amundi ETF designates the ETF business of Amundi Asset Management. Amundi Asset Management, French “Société par Actions Simplifiée”- SAS with capital of EUR  1 143 615 555 having its registered office at 91-93, boulevard Pasteur, 75015 Paris, France, registered in the Paris Trade and Companies Register (RCS Paris) under Siren number 437 574 452. Amundi has been approved by the AMF as a portfolio management company under number GP 04000036  (www.amundi.com).

The Director of Publications is Valérie BAUDSON, CEO Amundi. The company hosting this site is Microsoft France, 39 quai du Président Roosevelt 92130 Issy-les-Moulineaux - France, (+33)

For information purposes only

The information contained in this website is not intended for distribution or use by any person or entity in a country or jurisdiction where such distribution or use would be contrary to legal and regulatory provisions, or which would require Amundi Asset Management or its affiliated companies to comply with the registration procedures of said countries. Certain products or services may not be registered or authorised in all countries or available to all clients.

The data and information in this website is provided solely for information purposes. None of the information contained in this website constitutes an offer or solicitation by Amundi Asset Management and/or its affiliated companies to provide investment advice or services, or to buy or sell financial instruments.

This website is not intended for or aimed at individuals who are subject to laws or regulations prohibiting the publication or access to the information contained in this website. In all cases, persons who are subject to restrictions prohibiting the publication of or access to the information contained in this site are not permitted to access the information contained on this website and are encouraged to leave the site.

More specifically, this site is not intended for use by residents or citizens of the United States of America or “US Persons” as defined by “Regulation S” of the Securities and Exchange Commission by virtue of the US Securities Act of 1933. The definition of “US Person” is provided below.

The term “US Person” refers to:
(a) any natural person resident in the United States of America;
(b) any partnership or corporation organised or registered under US regulations;
(c) any estate (or “trust”) of which the executor or administrator is a US Person;
(d) any trust of which one of the trustees is a “US Person”;
(e) any agency or branch of a non-US entity located in the United States of America;
(f) any non-discretionary account (other than an estate or trust) managed by a financial intermediary or any other representative authorised, incorporated or (in the case of a natural person) resident in the United States of America;
(g) any discretionary account (other than an estate or trust) managed by a financial intermediary or any other representative authorised, incorporated or (in the case of a natural person) resident in the United States of America; and
(h) any partnership or corporation, if it is (i) organised or incorporated under the laws of a country other than the United States of America and (ii) formed by a US Person principally for the purpose of investing in securities not registered under the US Securities Act of 1933, as amended, unless it is organised or registered and owned by “Accredited Investors” (as defined by “Rule 501 (a)” of the Act of 1933, as amended) other than natural persons, estates or trusts.

The financial products described on this website are not registered under United States federal securities laws or any other laws applicable in the states, territories or possessions of the United States of America. Consequently, none of the financial products may be marketed directly or indirectly in the United States (including its territories and possessions) or marketed to or for the benefit of residents or citizens of the United States of America or "U.S. Persons". This restriction also applies to residents and citizens of the United States of America and to “US Persons” who might visit or have access to this website when travelling or residing outside the United States of America.

In addition, if you come from a country with a dedicated “Amundi ETF” website, we advice you to log onto the respective country site.

You are solely responsible for the choice of your country of nationality or residence and for selecting your country site accordingly. By viewing your country site, you confirm that this choice is in compliance with all laws and regulations applicable in your country of nationality or residence that it is made under your sole responsibility.

Product disclaimer

Past performance does not necessarily guarantee future results. Investing in funds or ETCs 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, subscribers may lose part or all of their initial investment.

An investment may increase or decrease in value based on market fluctuations and changes in the exchange rate of the currency in which the product is invested when it differs from the investor's currency. For some listed funds or ETC, currency risk may exist between the currency of the unit in which the unitholder is invested and the currency of the index components.

Potential investors should acquaint themselves with the risks associated with investing in the funds or ETC by referring to the "Risk profile" section of the product's Legal Documentation to determine whether the investment is appropriate for them and to ensure that they understand the content of this website in its entirety.

The amount that might be reasonably invested in a fund or ETC depends on each investor's individual situation. To determine this amount, the investor should take into account their personal and family circumstances, their personal assets, their current and future needs and their preference for accepting risks or investing cautiously. Investors are also strongly advised to sufficiently diversify their investments so that they are not exposed solely to the risks of investing in a single fund or ETC. Investors should obtain information on this matter from their regular (legal, tax, financial or accounting) advisors before investing in a fund or ETC.

Amundi Asset Management, its advisors, Affiliated Companies and the authors of this website assume no liability whatsoever for any direct or indirect losses resulting from the use of the information contained on this website.

Amundi ETF funds and ETCs are neither sponsored, approved nor sold by the index providers. The index providers do not make any declaration as to the suitability of any investment. A full description of the indices is available from the providers.

Investing in emerging countries entails particular considerations and risks, such as currency fluctuation, lower liquidity, less developed securities markets and political and social uncertainty.

Specific disclaimer on ETFs

Amundi Asset Management's ETFs (exchange-traded funds, also referred to as trackers) may be subject to restrictions on individuals or countries under national regulations applicable to such individuals or countries. Investors are responsible for determining whether they are authorised to invest in these products.

ETFs are index funds that are listed and tradeable continuously on the market and that seek to replicate the performance of their benchmark index, both upward and downward.

"Reservation thresholds are determined by applying a unit variation percentage either as indicated in the relevant Fund's prospectus or according to the Fund's indicative net asset value (iNAV), published by Euronext Paris SA and updated during trading in estimated form in accordance with changes in the indices indicated.

The Market Maker ensures that the market price of the Fund's units does not diverge by more than the unit percentage indicated by the relevant Fund's prospectus or the net asset value of the UCITS, pursuant to the reservation thresholds established by Euronext Paris SA."

In addition to the risks outlined above, investing in ETF units entails the following risks:

Risk that the ETF may not achieve its investment objective in full.

"There is no guarantee that the ETF will achieve its investment objective. In practice, no financial instrument is able to replicate its benchmark index exactly, immediately and continuously:

  • because reweightings in the benchmark index replicated by the ETF may give rise to transaction fees and/or friction costs;
  • on account of the temporary unavailability of certain stocks included in the benchmark index, or owing to exceptional circumstances that may distort the weightings of the benchmark index, especially if the listing of the stocks included in the benchmark index is suspended or temporarily interrupted".

Risks associated with changes on the benchmark index: the fund is exposed to upward or downward movements on the benchmark index. As such, the fund is exposed to the market risks associated with changes on the benchmark index. If the benchmark index falls, so too will the net asset value of the fund.

Counterparty risk related to the chosen synthetic replication method: In order to achieve its management objective, the Fund will use financial futures (particularly total return swaps) traded over the counter with a credit institution. The Fund will be exposed to the counterparty risk resulting from the use of financial futures entered into with a credit institution. The Fund is therefore exposed to the risk that this credit institution will not be able to honour its commitments with respect to these instruments. The failure of the swap’s counterparty (or any other issuer) may cause a decline in the net asset value of the Fund. However, in accordance with the regulations in force, the counterparty risk arising from the use of financial futures will be limited at all times to 10% of the net assets of the Fund per counterparty.

Liquidity risk on a listing market:
"The Fund’s market price is likely to deviate from its indicative net asset value. The liquidity of the Fund’s units on a listing market may be affected by any suspension that could be due to, particularly but not only:
i) a suspension or termination of the calculation of the benchmark by the supplier of the index,
ii) a suspension of the market(s) of the underlyings of the benchmark,
iii) the impossibility for a considered listing market to obtain or calculate the indicative net asset value of the Fund,
iv) an infraction by a market maker of the rules applicable on a considered listing market,
v) a failure in the systems, particularly IT or electronic systems, of a considered listing market,
vi) any other event that prevents the calculation of the indicative net asset value of the Fund or the trading of units of the Fund.

For more information on the main risks associated with ETFs

The Key Information Document (KID), or Key Investor Information Document (KIID) for UK investors, and prospectus of the ETFs must be provided prior to any subscription. Legal documents (prospectus and KID, or KIID for UK investors, annual report and interim report) are provided in French on request to AMUNDI and online at amundietf.com or the website of the French Financial Markets Authority (AMF).

Specific disclaimer on ETCs

ETCs (Exchange Traded Commodities) may be subject to restrictions on individuals or countries under national regulations applicable to such individuals or countries. Investors are responsible for determining whether they are authorised to invest in these products. An investment in the ETC Securities involves a significant degree of risk and investors should read carefully and ensure they understand the “Risk Factors” section of the Base Prospectus.

An investment in the ETC Securities involves a significant degree of risk and investors should read carefully and ensure they understand the “Risk Factors” section of the Base Prospectus.

For more information on the main risks associated with ETCs

The Key Information Document, Final Terms and Base Prospectus ("Legal Documentation") must be provided before subscription to any ETC security. Legal Documentation is provided upon request to Amundi Asset Management. The Base Prospectus is available online at amundietf.com or on the website of the Central Bank of Ireland.

Key risks of investment in gold

  • Gold is generally more volatile than most other asset classes, making investments in Gold riskier and more complex than other investments, and the secondary market price of the ETC securities may demonstrate similar volatility.
  • The issuer may elect to trigger an Issuer call redemption event and redeem all the ETC of a Series early on giving prior notice to investors.
  • The value, the secondary market price and an early redemption amount or final redemption amount, as applicable, of the ETC will be affected by movements in the price of the Metal, market perception, the creditworthiness of certain transaction parties and the liquidity of the ETC in the secondary market. The price of the Metal (and, by extension, the price of the ETC) can go down as well as up and the performance of the Metal in any future period may not mirror its past performance.
  • The minimum redemption amount of the ETC operates as a minimum repayment amount on the early or final redemption of the ETC. In the event that the Metal Entitlement of the ETC is insufficient to pay the minimum redemption amount to all investors on such early or final redemption, such investors may not receive payment of the minimum redemption amount in full and may receive substantially less.
  • The investors are exposed to the creditworthiness of the Issuer, Metal counterparty, Custodian and the APs.

Money laundering

As a result of regulations against money laundering and other regulations, identification documentation is required when you make your investment.

Absence of guarantees

The data contained in this site are presented "as is" and at the date indicated. Amundi Asset Management and its affiliates provide no guarantee, either express or implied, as to the accuracy, reliability, or the full nature of the information provided in this site and expressly disclaim any guarantee as to the site’s suitability for a given purpose. Data are based on information that we consider reliable, but we do not guarantee that they are accurate, complete, valid or relevant and they should not be considered as such for any purpose whatsoever.

Market data content

The data and information contained in this website may be provided by information providers pursuant to authorisations granted either to Amundi or to the CREDIT AGRICOLE group.

Protection of personal data

When navigating this website, Internet users may notify to Amundi Asset Management not only the technical and browsing information cited in the Cookies policy, such as the type of browser, the IP address, the pages visited and the average time spent necessary for the administration of the Website, but also data of a personal character, necessary for the implementation of the services offered on this Website.

Personal data so collected may form the object of processing, pursuant to the Loi relative à l’informatique aux fichiers et aux libertés [French data protection act] of 6 January 1978 and the Règlement général sur la protection des données [General regulations on data protection] “RGPD” of 27 April 2016, under the conditions mentioned in each collection medium for the offered services.

Amundi Asset Management undertakes to retain data of a personal character for the duration necessary to the service for which they have been collected, a note of which appears on each data collection form.

Amundi Asset Management shall keep all personal information provided by Internet users via the Website confidential and this in accordance with laws and regulations currently in effect.

Data of a personal character so collected may be notified to subcontractors within the context of the operation of the Website or the execution of the subscribed service. They may also be transferred to a third party within the context of a legitimate ground, such as for the execution of a legal or regulatory obligation.

Internet users shall enjoy a right of access, rectification or objection to the date of a personal character concerning them. In the same way, Internet users may withdraw their consent to the subscribed service at any time. In order to assert this right, the Internet user should contact the website manager via e-mail to dpo[at]amundi.com or by letter to the following address: Amundi Asset Management – BSC / SEC / PCA –  90, boulevard Pasteur – 75730 PARIS Cedex 15.

Information may also be obtained from the Personal Data Manager of the Amundi group via e-mail address to dpo[at]amundi.com or register a complaint with the Supervisory Authority via letter to the Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés (CNIL) [French National Data Protection Commission], at 3, Place de Fontenoy –TSA 80715 – 75334 Paris Cedex 07 or directly via its website: www.cnil.fr.

Presence of hyperlinks and use of cookies

Links from site to site: the presence of hyperlinks on the site is intended solely to facilitate your navigation to the sites of other companies.

Amundi Asset Management is not responsible for damages or losses caused by any delays, defects or omissions that may exist in the services, information or other content provided on the site, whether these be actual, alleged, consequential or punitive. Amundi Asset Management provides no guarantees and makes no representations, and will not be responsible for any content delivered electronically by a third party, including with regard to the accuracy, object, quality or timeliness of any electronic content.

Amundi Asset Management prohibits anyone from putting in place such a link without obtaining its prior and express authorisation.

Information may be temporarily stored in your computer's memory or on the hard drive (“cookies”). The user authorises Amundi Asset Management to resort to this practice, which is intended solely to facilitate navigation of the Amundi ETF site from the user's computer (such information may be read by Amundi Asset Management during subsequent visits by the user to the website and includes the pages that the user has consulted, date and time of consultation, etc.). The user can, however, set their browser to prevent or refuse the installation of cookies, although this may prevent them from using certain features of the site.

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The Amundi ETF website uses cookies. On consulting the website, cookies are installed on the Internet user’s computer, tablet or smartphone. The information below provides a better understanding of how cookies operate and how to use current tools in order to configure them.

What is a cookie?

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Why do we use cookies?

We use 2 categories of cookies, the purposes of which are described below. We do not use cookies to collect personal information (such as names).

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Internet users may choose to express and modify their desires regarding cookies at any time, using the means described below.

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Website use

The information contained in this site is intended to inform you by presenting additional information to that contained in the appropriate documentation for the proposed investment.

A subscription must be based only on the appropriate documentation delivered to subscribers before subscription or available on request from all the agencies of Amundi’s partner networks or authorised distributors or on request to Amundi’s registered office. Any deliberate misuse of an element of the Amundi website (including, without limitation, piracy, the introduction of viruses, site disturbance, excessive use or use contrary to applicable law) is expressly prohibited. Some of the information contained in the website is protected by a password that only professional investors to whom it was given by Amundi may use. Amundi reserves the right to withdraw your password and, at its discretion, to inform the legal authorities in case of deliberate misuse.

Amundi reserves the right to change or modify these terms and conditions subject to notification (including by e-mail or by posting a note on the website). Amundi may terminate your access at any time and without liability by sending you a notification by any means possible or if you have breached any of the above conditions.

Ownership of the site, copyrights and trademarks

Amundi holds copyrights on all work appearing in this site, including images, texts, iconographic representations and documents that may be downloaded from this website. The reproduction or representation of all or part of this website, by any means whatsoever, is therefore strictly prohibited without the prior written consent of Amundi. You may, however, download or print on paper pages and/or parts of the Amundi website, strictly for your personal use, provided that you do not delete the statements regarding copyrights or intellectual property rights.

The downloading or any other form of copying the software or the information provided on the Amundi website does not give you any rights with respect to the software or information and you may not reproduce (in whole or in part), transmit (by electronic or other means), modify or use this site for public purposes or other commercial purposes, or create links to the site, without the prior written consent of Amundi.

The name "Amundi" is a registered trademark of Amundi. You cannot reproduce, delete, reuse or modify in any way whatsoever the distinctive signs appearing on the pages of this website.©2014 Morningstar. All Rights Reserved. The information contained herein: (1) is proprietary to Morningstar and/or its content providers; (2) may not be copied or redistributed; and (3) is not guaranteed to be accurate, complete or timely. Neither Morningstar nor its content providers are responsible for any damages or losses arising from any use of this information. Past performance does not guarantee future results.

Photo credits

Frank Hülsbömer, Christophe Audebert, CRB Architectes and Erick Saillet, I2F, ECDM Architectes, LIN Finn Geipel Giulia Andi, Infographie Carpentier, L'Autre Image, Amundi Immobilier, Pexels, Pixabay, Getty Images.


In the event that one of the provisions of these terms and conditions of use is deemed unlawful, void or unenforceable, such provision shall be considered as severable from these terms and conditions of use without any effect on the validity or enforceability of the other provisions.

Your continued use of this website indicates that you have understood and accepted the terms, conditions and restrictions set out here, as well as the provisions of the terms and conditions of use of this website. You understand that (i) these terms and conditions apply whenever you access the Amundi ETF website in the future, as do the limitation of liability provisions, warnings relating to risks and other information provided; and (ii) you guarantee that no other person will use your current login and password to access the Amundi ETF website.

Applicable law

This website of Amundi and its content shall be governed by and construed in accordance with French law. Any dispute arising or relating thereto will be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the French courts.