Home Regulatory information Amundi Amundi EONIA recalibration / €STR
A new euro risk-free rate called the Euro Short-Term Rate (€STR) will be published by the European Central Bank (ECB) at 08:00 am (CET) on D+1 as of October 2nd 2019 so as to replace the EONIA (Euro OverNight Index Average) which will fully be substituted from January 3rd 2022. As of October 2nd 2019, the EONIA will be recalibrated as “€STR + 0.085%” and its time publication will shift from 7:00 pm (CET) on D to 09:15 am (CET) on D+1 « or shortly after ». This recalibration determined by the ECB will insure an economic continuity of the EONIA before and after October 2nd 2019, and will not require any approach from end-investors.
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Complaints handling policy
Application of MiFID directive
The European Directive on Markets in Financial Instruments (MiFID) entered into effect on 1 November 2007.
Please find below the key information concerning this regulation.
Policy for fighting corruption
The exercise of voting rights and shareholder dialogue are key elements of our fiduciary responsibility and of our role as a responsible investor.
As early as 1996, Amundi implemented its own voting policy, updated every year, which includes the best corporate governance practices as well as, from 2003, social and environmental responsibility. Amundi has decided to exercise voting rights for the vast majority of French and Luxembourg funds so as to best fulfil its responsibility as a shareholder.
Very early in its approach as a responsible shareholder, Amundi also implemented a shareholder dialogue process organised around a system of alerts in the event of negative voting intentions vis-à-vis SBF120 companies and a group of companies with the largest market capitalisations in Europe.
Voting and dialogue thus allow us to be actively involved in improving the practices of the companies in which we invest.
Enforcement of ESMA guidelines
The “Guidelines on ETFs and other UCITS issues” published by the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) on 12 December 2012 came into force on 18 February 2013.
You will find below the policy applicable to UCITS subject to these Guidelines in terms of financial guarantees.