The social impact investing expertise is based on three commitments:
- Support companies over the long term by offering investment methods tailored to their own needs in terms of growth (capital or debt).
- Diversify our selection of social businesses.
- Publish transparent, concrete information, notably through a social impact report.
social business funded1
dedicated to social impact investing working in collaboration with ESG analysis, Private Equity and Multi-asset team1
Amundi has internally developed an impact measurement methodology to evaluate the impact of its social impact investing funds.
01| Solidarity funds: financial social players for a positive social and environmental impact
Amundi has selected five impact investing themes for its solutions that cover most of the United Nations' 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)3:
Protecting the environment
Sharing and Cooperating:
02| Environmental impact: financing the energy transition and generate a positive impact
Amundi Impact Green Bond strategy
100% green bonds aligned with the Green Bond Principles (GBP)
Risk/return profiles aligned with traditional fixed income instruments
Measuring the positive impact of investments on the environment and a dedicated impact reporting in tons of CO2 avoided by millions of euros invested
ESG: Amundi’s 3-year action plan
An ambitious action plan to strengthen responsible investment.
Responsible investment offering
A wide range of responsible solutions from open-ended funds to tailor-made Responsible Investment.
Bring the fight against climate change accessible to all investors.
Engagement for all investors
Being responsible for all investors.
Responsible Investing: our commitment
Acting as a responsible financial institution is a core commitment of Amundi’s development strategy.
ESG, Climate, Engagement & Vote
1Source: Amundi, data as of December 2018.
2Impact in number of beneficiaries of Finance and Solidarity since its creation in spring 2012.
3SDGs : Global goals deriving from the Millennium Developement Goals that signatory countries have undertaken to meet over the next 15 years (2015-2030)
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