Amundi ETF has entered the Swiss and Dutch ETF markets, registering 46 funds in the Netherlands and listing 10 products on the SIX Swiss exchange.
The registration in the Netherlands and Swiss launch follows the issuer's international development strategy of enacting cross-registration and multiple listings processes throughout Europe.
The range in the Netherlands comprises 16 regional and country equity funds, 13 sector funds, seven equity funds based on strategy indices, one money market ETF and nine fixed income ETFs.
The issuer's inaugural offering on the Swiss exchange comprises funds tracking the Stoxx 50, Stoxx 600, Eurostoxx 50 and Short Eurostoxx 50 indices.
The range also includes funds based on Euro corporates and government bonds, as well as the MSCI Europe Daily, MSCI Europe, MSCI Europe Ex Switzerland, and MSCI Brazil indices.
Amundi's ETF offering is now listed on NYSE Euronext Paris, the Deutsche Boerse, Borsa Italiana, and the SIX Swiss Exchange, with a local Dutch registration.
Amundi ETF director Valérie Baudson says: "Our entry into the Dutch market is definitely a key element in our expansion strategy."
The fund range is distributed across Europe by Amundi and CA Cheuvreux sales teams.
CA Cheuvreux head of sales continental Europe Thierry Ancona says: "The Dutch market is one of the leading European markets by volume of ETF transactions.
"The registration of Amundi ETF products on this market establishes a fundamental step in the development of CA Cheuvreux's service to Dutch institutions."
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