- Attempted fraud alert
Attempted fraud alert
Friday 01 December 2017
Investors and prospects are often targeted by fraud attempts, especially online.
These attempts can take several forms: investment proposals, emails including attachments and/or malicious links or even requests for confidential information such as access codes or account number so as to obtain money.
Amundi has recently identified several types of fraudulent emails.
These emails, featuring the elements of Amundi UK Ltd’s graphic charter (logo, postal address), are addressed to third parties and generally sent from this email address: “email@example.com”.
In most cases, the email invites you to get in contact with Amundi UK Ltd regarding a supposed IPO coming.
Amundi informs you that this is a fraud using misleading and totally unfounded information.
Amundi recommends not responding to this type of solicitation. If you receive this type of information or solicitation, please contact us via the form at the bottom of the page under the heading “Need some information about the group” on our corporate website: http://about.amundi.com
We also recommend you to get in contact with the FCA (Financial Conduct Authority) and report your case to them: Contact the FCA
As a reminder:
- Amundi will never ask you for confidential information (access code, credit card number, bank account balance, etc.), whether by post or by email;
- Never click on a link and never open an attachment in a suspicious mail.
Results of the 3rd quarter 2016
Operational performance in line with the objectives announced at the time of the IPO
First-half and second-quarter 2018 results
Amundi’s business activity and income are up sharply. They confirm the Group’s ability to expand while keeping its costs under control.
Amundi’s half and the second quarter of 2017
Amundi’s results in the first half of 2017 confirm a trend of steady growth.