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Pioneer Investments is now part of the Amundi Group

On 3rd July, 2017 Pioneer Investments became part of the Amundi group. Amundi is Europe’s largest asset manager by assets under management and ranks in the top 10 globally.
Thanks to the integration of Pioneer Investments, the combined company now manages over 1.3 trillion euros of assets across six investment hubs. 


Going further together to better serve you

With the acquisition of Pioneer Investments in July 2017, Amundi has confirmed its leadership in Europe and reinforced its presence in Asia Pacific, the Middle East and the Americas, becoming one of the world’s 10 largest asset managers.
Find out more about the new Amundi!

Going further together to better serve you

Investing Ideas


The Income Dilemma:

Since the crisis, not only has the income available in markets shrunk, but the sources of this income have also rotated.

Income shortage is set to be one of the biggest challenges for investors in the future and it comes at a time when we are approaching a major paradigm shift from monetary to fiscal policy. 

European Renaissance

Europe is making a comeback - economic activity is gaining momentum, leading to lower unemployment levels and a more positive outlook. European stocks should benefit from this uptick in the market trends and we expect to see increased sales and earnings growth. At Amundi, we can offer our clients four robust and recognised investment solutions which seek to take advantage of a rising European market.

Italy Election: Complex outcome should not threaten positive European story

05 March 2018

The electoral outcome (the very positive result of Five Star Movement, now the largest party, and of the Lega Nord in the center right coalition) was not priced by the market. With these results, if confirmed, the process of forming a government can be quite long and market uncertainty will remain high.

In the short term, we expect some volatility in the markets, at least until the new government is formed and it has announced its economic and fiscal program. However, this time, we believe, the economic recovery in Europe and worldwide is much more resilient than in the past and the balance sheets of the companies are much stronger after many years of restructuring programs.