Investing in gold

       

For consumers, the allure of gold is clear, but for investors it has just as much appeal

Gold offers a potential hedge against uncertainty, and a source of diversification that few assets can match. Our physical gold ETC provides investors with a simple and transparent way to gain exposure to gold prices at an unbeatable rate of 0.19% TER*.

      

Why Amundi for gold?

  
Low cost

The cheapest gold ETC in Europe at 0.19% TER*

  
Accessible

Listed on Euronext Paris (EUR), Euronext Amsterdam (USD), and Deutsche Börse (EUR)

   
Dependable

Backed by 100% physical gold, securely stored in HSBC’s London vault

    
Transparent

Full internet disclosure of gold holdings and metal entitlements

         

Product

Product name

ISIN
code

Base
currency

Total Expense Ratio
 (TER*)

Issuer

Authorised
participant(s)

AMUNDI PHYSICAL GOLD ETC

FR0013416716

USD

0.19%

Amundi
Physical
Metals Plc

HSBC
Bank Plc

 Listing places : Euronext Paris, Euronext Amsterdam, Deutsche Börse

The case for commodities

Building resilience
An important role in building portfolio resilience

Inflation hedge
A potential hedge against inflation

Portfolio diversifier
A low correlation to traditional asset classes and perceived safe-haven status

       

Our vision       

       Gold has such an important role to play in times of uncertainty. Our aim was to make it as cheap, easy and safe as possible for investors to add this precious commodity to their portfolio.

 Nicolas Fragneau, Head of ETF Product Specialists

  

Key risks

  •  The ETC offers no capital protection. 
  • Precious metal prices are generally more volatile than prices of other asset classes.
  • The price of the ETC may vary according to the underlying gold.
  • The ETC are limited recourse obligation of the Issuer.

   

 

* At launch date / Comparison with Europe domiciled ETCs. The TER is a measure that compares the annual total management and operating costs (all taxes included) charged to an ETC against the value of that ETC's assets. Transaction cost and commissions may occur when trading ETCs.

“ETC”: Exchange Traded Commodities regulated by Directive 2014/65/EU. ETCs 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. The ETC is described in a Key Information Document (KID), Final Terms and Base Prospectus (hereafter the "Legal Documentation"). The ETC KID must be made available to potential subscribers prior to subscription. The Legal Documentation can be obtained from Amundi on request.