Amundi ETF has reported business figures for the first half of 2019, suggesting it attracted close to €4.2bn in new assets, that it attracted some 13% of all assets collected in the European ETF market, and grew AUM by some 23% in the six months to the end of June, when AUM hit €47.5bn.
Looking at its own developments in the European market, Amundi ETF noted that its Prime range lays claim to being "Europe's lowest cost range of core equity and fixed income ETFs."
Its Socially Responsible Investing ETFs now have AUM of more than €735m, while its Global Emerging Market equity range has attracted more than €1bn of net new assets over the period, or some 20% of Europe's total flows to EM ETFs in the first half.
Commenting on global developments in the ETF industry, the provider noted that total net flows in July amounted to €48bn. In Europe, total flows hit €14.6bn.
Europe's net flows to equity ETFs hit €8.5bn. Within this, sustainable ETFs saw inflows of more than €1.1bn, US and North American equities attracted more than €1bn, World and European equities attracted €5.2bn and €1.2bn respectively.
Bonds attracted €5.7bn over the month in Europe, with key inflows to the high yield eurozone corporate debt area, €1.4bn, and US short-term government bonds over €1bn.