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Amundi launches Euro Govies Fixed Maturity ETF Range


European ETF issuer, Amundi, has announced the launch of its new Fixed Maturity ETF range, designed to combine yield predictability with easy access to Euro Government Bonds. With management fees of 0.09 per cent, the firm writes that these Fixed Maturity ETFs offer investors competitivity and flexibility.

Fixed Maturity ETFs provide investors with visibility on an estimated yield to maturity on the day they invest, offering a level of predictability that is particularly sought after in today’s market environment. These ETFs, which matures like a bond, enable investors to manage their portfolios effectively.

Amundi’s Fixed Maturity ETFs replicate FTSE Russell indices that seek exposure to Euro-denominated Government Bonds maturing in 2027 or 2028. From single country, such as Italy or Germany, to broader exposures, investors have the choice to invest in a new generation of Euro Government Fixed Maturity ETFs, allowing them to tailor their portfolio allocation to meet their objectives and risk constraints over time.

Benoit Sorel, Head of ETF, Indexing & Smart Beta at Amundi, says: “In combining visibility and flexibility, Amundi’s Fixed Maturity ETFs enable us to meet our clients’ demand for nimble solutions, capturing today’s yield levels to finance tomorrow’s projects. This new offering further complements our existing range of bond ETFs and demonstrates our commitment to developing valuable solutions tailored to our clients’ needs.”

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