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The UCITS ETFs listed on this website are funds under both Amundi ETF and Lyxor ETF denomination.

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Lyxor and Amundi UCITS compliant Exchange Traded Funds (UCITS ETFs) referred to on this website are open ended mutual investment funds (i) established under the French law and approved by the Autorité des Marchés Financiers (the French Financial Markets Authority), or (ii) established under the Luxembourg law and approved by the Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier (the Luxembourg Financial Supervisory Committee). Most of the protections provided by the Danish regulatory system generally and for funds authorised in Denmark do not apply to these exchange traded funds (ETFs).
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Index Replication Process

UCITS ETFs follow both physical and synthetic index replication process.
However, most UCITS ETFs follow synthetic replication process. This consists of entering into a derivative transaction (a ‘Performance Swap’, as defined below) with a counterparty that provides complete and effective exposure to its benchmark index. Amundi has adopted this methodology in order to minimise tracking error, optimise transaction costs and reduce operational risks.
A Performance Swap is a contractual agreement which is negotiated over-the-counter (OTC) between two parties: the UCITS ETF and its counterparty. From a risk perspective, each Performance Swap ranks equally with other senior unsecured obligations of the counterparty, such as common bonds (i.e., same rights to payments). In the Performance Swap, the counterparty of the  UCITS ETF commits to pay the UCITS ETF a variable return based on a pre-determined benchmark index, instead of a fixed stream of income (as in bonds). At the same time, the counterparty will receive from the UCITS ETF the performance and any related revenues generated by the basket's assets (excluding the value of the Performance Swap) held by the UCITS ETF. Information provided on individual ETFs includes data on the basket relating to the ETF and the percentage value of the basket represented by each asset. The information is relevant to the closing values on the date given. 
Investment Risks
The UCITS ETFs described on this website are not suitable for everyone. Investors' capital is at risk. Investors should not deal in this product unless they understand, having obtained independent professional advice where necessary, its nature, terms and conditions, and the extent of their exposure to risk. The value of the product can go down as well as up and can be subject to volatility due to factors such as price changes in the underlying instrument and interest rates. If a fund is quoted in a different currency to the index, currency risks exist.
Prior to any investment in any UCITS ETF, you should make your own appraisal of the risks from a financial, legal and tax perspective, without relying exclusively on the information provided by us. We recommend that you consult your own independent professional advisors (including legal, tax, financial or accounting advisors, as appropriate).
Specific Risks

·         Capital at Risk. ETFs are tracking instruments: Their risk profile is similar to a direct investment in the Benchmark Index. Investors’ capital is fully at risk and investors may not get back the amount originally invested. Investments are not covered by the provisions of the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (“FSCS”), or any similar scheme.
·         Counterparty Risk. Investors may be exposed to risks resulting from the use of an OTC Swap with any counterparty. Physical ETFs may have Counterparty Risk resulting from the use of a Securities Lending Programme.
·         Currency Risk. ETFs may be exposed to currency risk if the ETF or Benchmark Index holdings are denominated in a currency different to that of the Benchmark Index they are tracking. This means that exchange rate fluctuations could have a negative or positive effect on returns.
·         Replication Risk. ETFs are designed to replicate the performance of the Benchmark Index. Unexpected events relating to the constituents of the Benchmark Index may impact the Index provider’s ability to calculate the Benchmark Index, which may affect the ETF’s ability to replicate the Benchmark Index efficiently. This may create Tracking Error in the ETF.
·         Underlying Risk. The Benchmark Index of a UCITS ETF may be complex and volatile. When investing in commodities, the Benchmark Index is calculated with reference to commodity futures contracts which can expose investors to risks related to the cost of carry and transportation. ETFs exposed to Emerging Markets carry a greater risk of potential loss than investment in Developed Markets as they are exposed to a wide range of unpredictable Emerging Market risks.
·         Liquidity Risk. On-exchange liquidity may be limited as a result of a suspension in the underlying market represented by the Benchmark Index tracked by the ETF; a failure in the systems of one of the relevant stock exchanges, Market Maker systems; or an abnormal trading situation or event. 
The securities can be neither offered in nor transferred to the United States.
Any statement in relation to tax, where made, is generic and non-exhaustive and is based on our understanding of the laws and practice in force as of the date of this document and is subject to any changes in law and practice and the interpretation and application thereof, which changes could be made with retroactive effect. Any such statement must not be construed as tax advice and must not be relied upon. The tax treatment of investments will, inter alia, depend on an individual’s circumstances. Investors must consult with an appropriate professional tax adviser to ascertain for themselves the taxation consequences of acquiring, holding and/or disposing of any investments mentioned on this website. 

Further information on the risk factors are available in the Risk Warning section of the website.
Any fund prospectus and supplements are available at Information given about the past performance of the funds is no guarantee of future performance. No investment decision should be taken without reading the fund prospectus and any fund supplement of the fund concerned.
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Our world is changing. Technological breakthroughs, economic evolution and the climate emergency are reshaping reality for billions of people. Will your portfolio keep up? 

Powered by ESG-screened MSCI indices, Lyxor’s next gen Thematic ETFs blend big data, AI and human insight to prepare for these “megatrends”. Invest in the growth of the Digital Economy and Disruptive Technology, exploit urban change with Future Mobility and Smart Cities, ride the automation wave with Robotics & AI, and capture Millennials’ consumption habits. Be an early adopter and step into the future today.

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New webcast description, you can put à Smart mobility expert and author of “The Mobility Revolution” Lukas Neckermann explains how the new mobility value chain is powered by more than just electric vehicles, and how different it is from the old automotive value chain. He is joined by Neeraj Kumar from MSCI who explains how to effectively invest in the Future Mobility theme.

Lyxor ETF – Beyond Tesla: Why it takes more than EVs to power Future Mobility


Nov 12th 2020

Smart cities expert and author of “Smart Cities, Smart Mobility” Lukas Neckermann discusses how climate-conscious investing and the rapid development of smart cities are inextricably linked, and how the Covid 19 pandemic has accelerated the transition to green investments that will transform our ways of living.

Why climate-conscious investors should pay attention to Smart Cities


July 16th 2020

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Chanchal Samadder, Lyxor’s Head of Product Strategy ETF and Costas Andriopoulos, Professor of Entrepreneurship and Innovation at Cass Business School, reveal how the pandemic has accelerated demand for technologically-led solutions to help maintain business continuity and social distancing and what it means for our ETF.

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July 7th 2020

Chanchal Samadder, Lyxor’s Head of Product Strategy ETF and Costas Andriopoulos, Professor of Entrepreneurship and Innovation at Cass Business School, share their views on how the Covid-19 crisis, like other crises before it, will signal another shift towards a more digital economy and what it means for our ETF.

Risks and opportunities for the digital economy in a post-pandemic world


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Lyxor was joined by MSCI and the experts they’ve selected from academia and industry to discuss the megatrends reshaping our world, the innovations powering them and the ETFs we’ve built to capture them.

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