Amundi is delisting 10 ETFs and their share classes from the London Stock Exchange only due to low demand at the trading venue.
In a shareholder notice, Amundi said it would be delisting the ETFs to concentrate volume on more utilised trading lines.
All ETFs will continue to be listed on at least one alternative trading venue in Europe, with several maintaining a US dollar-hedged share class on the London Stock Exchange.
An Amundi spokesperson said: “Amundi believes it is in the best interest of shareholders to delist funds and or share classes from exchanges where there is low demand and improve market quality by concentrating trading volume on more utilised trading lines.
“Alternate listings will be maintained on other exchanges as detailed in the attached shareholders notice letters.”
The delistings will take place on 5 July.
The move will be perceived as a blow to the exchange, which has been overlooked as the primary listing venue by some ETF issuers in recent months.
The impacted ETFs are:
Amundi MSCI Japan ESG Climate Net Zero Ambition CTB UCITS ETF (CJ1G)
Amundi Index Equity Global Multi Smart Allocation Scientific Beta UCITS ETF (SMRG)
Amundi JPX-Nikkei 400 UCITS ETF (JPNY)
Amundi FTSE EPRA Europe Real Estate UCITS ETF (EPRE)
Amundi MSCI China Tech ESG Screened UCITS ETF (CC1G)
Amundi MSCI Nordic UCITS ETF (CN1)
Amundi MSCI World Energy UCITS ETF (CWEG)
Lyxor SG Global Quality Income NTR UCITS ETF (SGQP)
Lyxor MSCI Eastern Europe Ex Russia UCITS ETF (CECL)
Lyxor MSCI Turkey UCITS ETF (TURL)