Find your fit.
Expand your horizons with Equity ETFs from the leading European ETF provider.
Our extensive Equity ETF range makes your portfolio construction easy. From plain vanilla to ESG and climate, from regional to global, from sectors to factors, you can use them to boost your investment and capture the risk premium over the long term.
Designed around you: equity ETFs covering vanilla exposures, specific sectors,
style and factor tilts, ESG & climate across the main geographies.
years of experience
Source: Amundi ETF, data as of end-December 2022. Given for indicative purposes only, may change without prior notice.
Cost-efficient core ETF exposures for the foundation of your portfolio. Spanning all key geographies – broad and narrow - including leading indices such as S&P 500 or MSCI World.
We have developed an extensive range of ESG and Net Zero Ambition equity ETFs whether you are just getting started in ESG or you are ready to decarbonize your portfolio we have an ETF for you.
Thematic ETFs help investors to keep their portfolio one step ahead by opening up to long term structural trends from demographic change to decarbonisation and emerging global wealth.
From ESG Global Sectors to plain vanilla ones, our Sector ETF range provides an efficient diversifying tool offering access to individual sectors. With these ETFs you can structure your portfolio to benefit from sector rotation as the economy changes.
Adding an ESG filter to a sector ETF can help investors manage risk and boost returns – while improving ESG and carbon intensity scores.
There are several different ways to integrate ESG in your portfolio. Choosing the right one for you should take into account many factors, your beliefs, your objectives, any regulatory constraints, and the role you want ESG to play. With more options than ever before, this is a great time to review the core of your portfolio and consider an ESG makeover.
Why Europe’s energy security will come from new energy. We must think about clean energy as part of the solution to our energy security needs.
A sector-based approach can help you adjust your portfolio to suit your objectives and views on the markets and now you can do this across a series of core sectors in a way that reduces carbon intensity and improves ESG scores.