Amundi has expanded its ESG ETF range with the transition of six of its existing fixed income vanilla ETFs into equivalent ESG exposures.
Amundi is to expanded its ESG ETF range with the transition of six of its existing fixed income vanilla ETFs into equivalent ESG exposures.
As a long term advocate of responsible investing and a leading provider of ESG solutions, Amundi is optimally positioned to accompany investors in their ESG transition, providing them with a robust range of sustainable funds and solutions that best fits their needs and constraints.
The addition of new fixed income exposures further enhances Amundi’s range of sustainable ETFs and confirms its commitment to provide ready-to-use, cost-effective ESG solutions in an asset class experiencing accelerated investor demand over recent months.
These six products, will be added to Amundi’s ESG fixed income ETF range in the coming weeks. The expanded suite of fixed income ESG ETFs will subsequently include both investment grade and high yield corporate exposures in addition to aggregate exposures and some flagship strategies such as floating rate notes (FRNs). All of the transitioned exposures will be classified under Article 8 of SFDR.
Fannie Wurtz, Head of ETF, Indexing and Smart Beta business line at Amundi, says: “ESG is at the centre of all of our client conversations and at the core of our product development strategy. Today, every new product is systematically considered through an ESG lens and we also continually assess the interest in transitioning to ESG exposures in line with investors’ expectations.”
Rotation towards ESG has been regarded as the most groundbreaking trend in the investment industry. This has been accelerated by the pandemic and is also reinforced by regulation, especially SFDR. In this context, Amundi is firmly committed to supporting clients’ transition to more sustainable investments.