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Amundi ETF registers 46 products in the Netherlands

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Amundi ETF has registered 46 exchange-traded funds in the Netherlands.

This registration is in line with the international development strategy of Amundi ETF which consists of launching cross-registrations and/or multi-listings processes throughout Europe.
 
The Amundi ETF range comprises 78 products which, with management fees 20 per cent below the average in Europe.

European investors had access to the Amundi ETF range products on three major European stock exchanges: NYSE Euronext Paris, Deutsche Borse and Borsa Italia. As of now, Dutch investors have access through a local registration.
 
Valérie Baudson (pictured), director of Amundi ETF, says: “Our entry into the Dutch market is definitely a key element in our expansion strategy. These newly-registered ETFs will give Dutch investors local access to a wide series of tools, supported by three key strengths which characterise the Amundi ETF range: competitive prices, high quality products and continuous innovation."
 
Among the 46 ETFs registered in the Netherlands, Dutch investors will have access to various asset classes, geographic areas and strategies: 16 regional and country equity ETFs, allowing investors to benefit from an exposure to the main geographic areas or emerging markets; 13 sector ETFs, offering exposure to the global world and European sectors; seven equity ETFs based on strategy indices, including daily short and leveraged products; one money market ETF, with 100 per cent exposure to the Euro money market rate; and nine fixed income ETFs, including Euro government bonds with various maturities ranges, index-linked bonds and corporate bonds.
 
The Amundi ETF range is distributed throughout Europe by dedicated sales teams at both Amundi and CA Cheuvreux.

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