Amundi ETF has launched an additional 15 funds on Borsa Italiana, boosting the number of products it has on the exchange to 60.
The new listings are the fourth instalment made on Borsa Italiana as Amundi’s attempts to reinforce its presence in the Italian market.
The range offers six equity ETFs, providing investors with a wide geographical exposure, including two products replicating the flagship indices – the FTSE MIB, S&P 500 and NASDAQ 100.
Amundi has also launched eight fixed income ETFs, including a range of eurozone government bond products, allowing exposure to a wide range of maturities from three months to 15 years.
These funds track the Euro MTS Euro Zone Government Broad indices and offer investors access to the eurozone bond yield curve.
Also listed is an ETF giving investors exposure to debt securities issued by eurozone member states with a rating lower than ‘AAA’ as the product tracks the performance of the Euro MTS ex-AAA Government index.
Valérie Baudson, managing director of Amundi ETF says: “The listing of these 15 ETFs confirms Amundi ETF’s dedication to the Italian market and the acceleration of its European development.”
Gabriele Tavazzani, joint chief executive officer of Amundi SGR added: “Amundi SGR now offers a wide range of ETFs to meet Italian institutional investors’ needs for both diversification and portfolio allocation.”
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