A key part of our approach at Amundi Real Estate is to work on quality and on repositioning offices to match tenants' uses, as well as to make ESG an operational component of investment and management procedures.
Real Estate investment has solid fundamentals that can help investors seize opportunities arising from fast-growing trends in offices, retail or logistics.
Amundi Real Estate specialises in developing, structuring and managing European focus property funds. With €44bn of AuM¹, 135 experienced employees and over 1,200 properties in Europe¹, the firm ranks number 8 for Office Real Estate Worldwide².
Repositioning office Real Estate and thinking ESG
A genuine tier one property fund manager
Our Investment Strategy
Amundi’s pan-European diversification strategy for property management relies on over 40 years of expertise and on local partnerships with experts in several countries. We are therefore able to build the local ecosystems we need for the acquisition and management of our property assets. European real estate markets are diverse enough to provide opportunities that depend upon the economic situation, prospective, and major events that occur locally.
With its fundraising power, Amundi has the ability to take part in Europe’s major real estate transactions, with over Eur2bn invested every year on average. Around 50% of these investments are carried out in France, while the other half is carried out across a selected number of European countries including France, Germany, the United Kingdom, Italy, the Czech Republic, the Netherlands and Luxemburg.
Office buildings represent nearly 70% of our assets under management, but our diversification strategy leads us to cover all segments of the real estate market, from hotels through to warehouses and to commercial buildings.
Our current offer
Amundi ranks number 8 for Office Real Estate Worldwide2, and Amundi Real Estate ranks number one in France for the fundraising and management of property assets for retail clients (SCPI and OPCI).
Our institutional clients favour our ability to provide them with easy access to the best real estate assets in France and in Europe’s major cities.
These investments are carried out via open or closed funds, club deals, co-investments, and dedicated mandates.
Two opened funds are currently available to institutional investors including a European diversification fund and an ‘Office’ fund investing in the French biggest hubs.
Zalando, Lahr, Germany
Acquisition of Zalando’s logistics warehouse in April 2020
130,435 square meters
Shopping mall, Lyon, France
Acquisition of a shopping mall on ‘rue de la République’ in Lyon, the busiest and most popular street in France after Paris, in December 2019
71,744 square meters
Prime office building, Paris, France
Acquisition of an office building on ‘Quai d’Orsay’ near the Golden Triangle of Luxury in Paris, in September 2016
204,426 square meters
The Curve”, Paris area, France
Acquisition of one of the largest buildings made of wood across Europe in October 2020
23,372 square meters
How best to integrate ESG at the core of our investment processes?
ESG has been at the heart of Amundi Real Estate's investment processes since 2012.
In 2018, faced with the new challenges of the sector vis-à-vis international concerns on climate change, Amundi Real Estate integrated two new elements: assessment of its main service providers and a new internal tool to audit properties from an SRI-ESG perspective.
How are ESG criteria integrated within the investment processes of Amundi Real Estate? And what actions does the firm take to make ESG an operational component of its investment and management procedures?
Read Amundi Real Estate's Responsible Investment Charter to find out more on how responsible investing is playing a crucial role in Amundi Real Estate's investment processes today.
Discover our assets
Amundi Real Estate manages 1,100 property assets in 12 countries