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There are hundreds of ETFs in our range – use our ETF finder tool to find the right one for you.
How to trade
Made your choice? What's next? Find out how to trade your Amundi ETF here.
Sustainability, thematics, fixed income and more, explore our range to find the fund that suits you.
Discover how you can use our range of ESG ETFs to align your portfolio with your values.
An industry-leading range of climate ETFs enabling you to play your part in responding to the climate emergency.
Explore our range of thematic funds designed to help you keep your portfolio in step with a changing world.
Our Prime ETFs offer high-quality core exposures at the lowest possible price.
From green bonds to government bonds, explore our wide range of fixed income ETF solutions.
Amundi was founded on the principles of responsible investing, discover more about what we are doing and why.
From our responsible investing manifesto to our ambitions and policies you can find them all here.
A voice for good
See how we use our voice to encourage the companies in which we invest to adopt more sustainable practices.
The world of ESG regulation is constantly evolving, find the latest insights here.
Index & investment insights
Amundi ETF experts provide their views on market trends and the issues which matter to ESG ETF investors.
Market news & analysis
Inform your investment decision-making with our uniquely European take on market updates and monthly allocation ideas.
Hear straight from our investment experts on their latest market convictions, key investment strategies and more.
The document library on the Amundi ETF website contains all the essential downloadable files you might need including KIIDs, factsheets and prospectuses.
You can find the answers to all the frequently asked questions regarding ETF strategies, trends and products on this page.
Our ETF glossary page explains all the investment terms and expressions that you might not know - making investing easier.
Amundi’s total exposure to Silicon Valley Bank (SVB), Signature Bank and Silvergate Bank assets was already negligible before SVB’s collapse: 0.003 % of its global assets under management as of the 8th of March.