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Amundi to merge Euro Stoxx 50, robotics, LatAm and high yield ETFs with Lyxor equivalents

Amundi has integrated 19 Lyxor products since May

Jamie Gordon

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Amundi is continuing to consolidate its range with plans to roll the Lyxor Euro Stoxx 50, robotics and AI, Latin America and high yield bond ESG ETFs into Amundi equivalents.

Effective 22 September, the Lyxor Core EURO STOXX 50 UCITS ETF (MSED), Lyxor MSCI Robotics & AI ESG Filtered UCITS ETF (ROAI), Lyxor MSCI EM Latin America UCITS ETF (LTM) and Lyxor iBoxx EUR Liquid High Yield BB UCITS ETF (HYBB), respectively, will be absorbed by the Amundi EURO STOXX 50 UCITS ETF (CD5), Amundi MSCI Robotics & AI ESG Screened UCITS ETF (GOAI), Amundi MSCI EM Latin America UCITS ETF (ALAT) and Amundi Euro High Yield Bond ESG UCITS ETF (AHYE).

MSED investors will either see their total expense ratio (TER) increase from 0.07% to 0.15% or remain unchanged, depending on whether their share class is absorbed by the class ‘C’ or ‘D’ share class of Amundi’s Euro Stoxx ETF.

Meanwhile, HYBB investors will see their fee rise from 0.35% to 0.40%.

LTM shareholders’ fee will fall from 0.65% to 0.20%,while ROAI holders will see no fee impact from the changes.

The latest round of consolidations are just the latest since Europe’s largest asset manager acquired Lyxor from Société Générale last January.

Earlier this month, it merged its global financials sector, Europe ESG and US breakeven ETFs into larger Lyxor equivalent products.

In June, it also merged seven Luxembourg-based Lyxor global sector ETFs with Ireland-based Amundi ESG equivalents.

A month earlier, it combined three Lyxor US Treasury bond ETFs and two floating rate bond ETFs with Amundi equivalents.

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