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Amundi in 2018

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Yves Perrier

Chief Executive Officer of Amundi

“Robust results and the successful integration of Pioneer Investments.”

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The 1st non-American player in the top 10 worldwide

Thanks to its unique research capabilities and the skills of close to 4,500 team members and financial market experts in 37 countries, Amundi provides its 100 million clients - Retail, Institutional and Corporate - with innovative investment strategies and solutions tailored to their needs, targeted outcomes and risk profiles.

Amsterdam Bangkok Beijing Boston Bratislava Brussels Bucharest Budapest Buenos Aires Casablanca Dubai Dublin Durham Frankfurt
Amsterdam Bangkok Beijing Boston Bratislava Brussels Bucharest Budapest Buenos Aires Casablanca Dubai Dublin Durham Frankfurt
Geneva Helsinki Hong Kong Kuala Lumpur London Luxembourg Madrid Mexico City Miami Milan Montreal Mumbai Munich New York
Geneva Helsinki Hong Kong Kuala Lumpur London Luxembourg Madrid Mexico City Miami Milan Montreal Mumbai Munich New York
Paris Prague Santiago Seoul Shanghai Singapore Sofia Stockholm Sydney Taipei Tokyo Vienna Warsaw Yerevan Zurich
Paris Prague Santiago Seoul Shanghai Singapore Sofia Stockholm Sydney Taipei Tokyo Vienna Warsaw Yerevan Zurich
100m
clients
4,500
employees
37
countries

2018 Key figures

With €1,425 billion of assets under management at the end of 2018, Amundi is Europe’s largest asset manager by AUM and ranks in the top 10 globally.

+€42
bn
Net inflows
€1,425
bn
Assets under management
€276
bn
Assets under responsible investment management

Financial results

as of 31 December 2018

  • €2,582m

    Net revenues

  • €1,251m

    Gross operating income

  • €946m

    Net income, Group share (adjusted)

51.5 %

Cost-income ratio

Breakdown of combined assets

as of 31 December 2018

45 %

€648 bn

Fixed Income

18 %

€251 bn

Multi-Asset

16 %

€224 bn

Equities

16 %

€228 bn

Liquidity Solutions

5 %

€75 bn

Real, Alternative and Structured Assets

29 %

€417 bn

Crédit Agricole & Société Générale Groups' Insurance Companies

37 %

€532 bn

Partner networks and other networks

34 %

€476 bn

Institutional & Corporate clients

45 %

€648 bn

Fixed Income

18 %

€251 bn

Multi-Asset

16 %

€224 bn

Equities

16 %

€228 bn

Liquidity Solutions

5 %

€75 bn

Real, Alternative and Structured Assets

29 %

€417 bn

Crédit Agricole & Société Générale Groups' Insurance Companies

37 %

€532 bn

Partner networks and other networks

34 %

€476 bn

Institutional & Corporate clients

Activity and results in 2018

In 2018, Amundi recorded a further increase in profitability (+25.5% of its net accounting income) in a market environment that became significantly less favourable from the second quarter. This year was marked by a good level of activity and the successful integration of Pioneer Investments. These good results, in line with the objectives announced in the three-year plan, demonstrate the strength of Amundi’s business model.

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Amundi on the stock market

As with all financial stocks, 2018 was a mixed year for the Amundi share price, which ended the year at €46.16 in bear markets, particularly at the end of the year. With a market capitalisation of €10 billion(1), Amundi remains the largest listed asset manager in Europe and among the top five traditional listed asset managers in the world.
(1) As at 31 January 2019.

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Nicolas Calcoen, Head of Finance and Strategy

Nicolas Calcoen

Head of Finance, Strategy and Public Affairs

« Since the listing, the performance of Amundi's shares has demonstrated the Group’s growth capacity and the resilience of its results, thanks to its diversified business model. »

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Amundi’s strategic ambitions

Thanks to its unique business model, industrial approach and client-centric organisation, the Group has all the assets it needs to pursue its profitable growth, which continues to be organic.

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The start of a slowdown in global growth

Although global growth started to slow in 2018, US growth remained strong, supported by fiscal policy. On the other hand, growth was very disappointing in the eurozone and the situation worsened in emerging economies.

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Developments in the asset management market in 2018

Rising interest rates, trade tensions between the United States and China, renewed market volatility, Brexit, etc. Faced with uncertainty, investors turned to less risky, more diversified investments and played the decorrelation card.

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