Amundi, a joint venture between the asset management arms of Crédit Agricole and Société Générale, has listed 28 exchange-traded funds (ETFs) on Borsa Italiana in its latest move to expand across Europe.
The offering includes 10 ETFs based on MSCI global indexes listed in Europe, aimed at meeting demand from institutional investors for access to global as well as European sectors. “It was an opportunity to create something new,” says Valerie Baudson, managing director of Amundi ETFs in Paris. Am
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