February 17, 2021
Amundi, a asset management firm owned by France's Crédit Agricole, said it has formed a fund to buy bonds from issuers in emerging markets, including Brazil.
The Amundi Funds Emerging Markets Green Bond, as the new fund is called, is open to retail investors and institutional buyers. It will buy mostly corporate bonds "as well as some exposure to sovereigns" in Brazil, India, China and Indonesia, Amundi said in a statement.
Maxim Vydrine, co-head of emerging markets corporate and high-yield debt
Crédit Agricole-owned fund manager includes Brazil in plans to buy corporate and sovereign green bonds