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Amundi Rendement Plus is a global multi asset fund which seeks, through a discretionary approach, to achieve, over a three-year horizon, an annualised outperformance of more than 1.70% relative to the capitalised EONIA index – which represents the Eurozone money market rate – after taking maximum management and administration fees into account, while complying with a predefined risk budget.
Amundi Rendement Plus provides no performance guarantee and may be subject to a risk of capital loss.1
1/ A need for alternative sources of returns
The uncertain economic environment and the persistently low interest rates seen over the past years are weighing on the guaranteed yield of life insurance contracts in euros and money market instruments.
The challenge for investors now is to find a solution that allows them to grow their capital over the long term, while maintaining a level of risk that is suitable for their situation.
Thanks to a multi asset management approach, Amundi Rendement Plus aims to offer an attractive alternative for investors wishing to benefit from market rises while limiting risks.
2/ A multi asset management increasing potential sources of performance
The portfolio management team aims to take advantage of the opportunities provided by:
The aim is therefore to find the best mix of instruments and strategies with the lowest correlation between them, while complying with a predefined risk budget. Furthermore, the management team has sufficient leeway to increase or reduce the fund’s exposure to risk assets at any time, based on its expectations or market events.
The investment strategy is implemented within a limited risk budget: the maximum permitted ex-ante volatility is 4%.1
3/ A team of experts
The portfolio managers work in collaboration with a 20-strong investment team specialised by asset class in order to generate investment ideas implemented in the portfolio.
The investment ideas generation based on the main macroeconomic and financial scenarios coupled with the active risk management contribute to maximize our probability of achievement in terms of performance target over time.
*Benchmark index from 15/10/2004 to 03/02/2014: EUROMTS 3–5 years.
Since 03/02/2014: EONIA CAPITALISED.
Volatility is a statistical indicator measuring the range of variation in the price of an asset around its average figure. High volatility generally implies a high exposure to risk.
Amundi is the leading asset manager in Europe in terms of assets under management, and is among the top 10 worldwide2. With the acquisition of Pioneer Investments, the Group now has EUR 1.475 trillion in AUM3 and six main management platforms4. With more than 30 years’ experience, Amundi offers a full range of solutions designed to meet the needs of the most demanding investors.
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The fund provides neither a guarantee of performance nor protection of initially invested capital, and investors are exposed to a risk of capital loss.
The use of complex products such as derivatives may cause an increase in securities transactions in your portfolio.
This list is not exhaustive. For detailed information on risks, please refer to the fund’s prospectus.
1. For more information on the fund’s investment policy and objective and the associated risks, please refer to Amundi Rendement Plus’ Key Investor Information Document (KIID).
2. Source: IPE “Top 400 asset managers” published in June 2018, based on assets under management at the end of December 2017.
3. Source: Amundi figures as of 30/09/2018.
4. Six main investment centres: Boston, Dublin, London, Milan, Paris and Tokyo.
5. Source: Amundi AM, at 31/12/2018. Data is provided for information only.
CPR Invest Global Disruptive Opportunities aims to outperform global equity markets over the long-term i.e. 5 years minimum - by investing in shares of companies which either establish or benefit - fully or partly - from disruptive business models. Compartment invests in disruptive companies in all countries (including emerging markets) and in all economic sectors without constraint relative to an index.
Past performance is not indicative of future returns.