2022 4th Quarter and Annual results

Paris, Wednesday 08 February 2023


This Wednesday, February 8, Amundi publishes its annual results and the 4th quarter of 2022.

In 2022, in a difficult market context, Amundi did more than resist by maintaining a high level of results (€1.2Bn) for the whole year. Adjusted net income1 for the 4th quarter was up 7.5% compared to Q3 at €303m, thanks to the increase in net income and continued good operating efficiency. Completed in less than nine months, the integration of Lyxor is finalized, with the first synergies recorded this year, faster than expected.

Amundi is also continuing its development, thanks to the growth drivers of its Ambitions 2025 plan and presents positive inflows of +€7Bn in the 2022 financial year, while the European open-end fund market is experiencing widespread outflows.

Assets managed by Amundi as of December 31, 2022 reached €1,904bn, down -7.7% due to market effects and both negative exchange rates.

Discover the complete results on our Corporate Website

1 Résultat net part du Groupe. Données ajustées : hors amortissement des contrats de distribution, et, en 2021, hors coûts d’intégration de Lyxor, et hors impact Affrancamento.
2 Données ajustées : hors amortissement des contrats de distribution, et, en 2021, hors coûts d’intégration de Lyxor, et hors impact Affrancamento
3 Résultat net part du Groupe.

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