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Caam Funds renamed Amundi Funds


Amundi is continuing the re-branding of its business lines and products by renaming its Luxembourg flagship Sicav, Caam Funds, as Amundi Funds.

Amundi, which was formed on 1 January 2010 through the combination of the asset management arms of Crédit Agricole and Société Générale, aims to provide investors with access to a variety of asset classes, themes and management styles.
The funds are authorised for sale in over 20 countries.

They provide several share classes with fee structures and access levels best suited to each.
The new name is used in the prospectus dated January 2010. The new website – – has been created and the documents will be updated using the new name and visual identity as of 2 March 2010.

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