Lyxor reaches €100 billion ETF assets milestone

Nov 30th, 2021 | By | Category: ETF and Index News

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Lyxor Asset Management has surpassed €100 billion of assets under management in ETFs.

Lyxor reaches €100 billion ETF assets milestone

Arnaud Llinas, Head of ETFs and Indexing at Lyxor Asset Management.

The milestone has been reached thanks to brisk asset raising of €7.6 bn so far this year, principally linked to climate and thematic exposures, and strong market performance that has lifted the value of existing assets managed.

The Paris-based firm, which is the subject of a takeover by compatriot Amundi, has pulled in €1.7bn in net new assets in SFDR Article 9 climate ETFs, representing 24% of all inflows into this segment in Europe.

The firm has also experienced robust momentum in the fast-growing thematic ETFs space, collecting €1.2bn in new assets and ranking number two in terms of inflows and market share.

Its Core ETFs also did well, capturing €2.2.bn in net new assets. Core ETFs are a cornerstone of Lyxor’s offering and a key tool for investors looking to manage their portfolios efficiently.

Also of note is Lyxor’s strength in inflation ETFs, a segment it pioneered in 2016 and on which it has raised nearly €1.9bn this year, establishing itself as number two in Europe.

Arnaud Llinas, Head of ETFs and Indexing at Lyxor Asset Management, commented: “By achieving this significant milestone, Lyxor has not only delivered on its strategic roadmap but also positioned itself as the ETF provider of reference on key ETF segments which will drive future industry growth.

“These results encourage us to continue our efforts to develop our thematic, low cost and climate-focused product offering to match retail, wealth and institutional investors demand.”

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