For several months, there has been a raft of fraudulent investment proposals and scams, usurping the name, address, logo and/or approval number of authorised players as well as the names of employees of said players (including Amundi).
Amundi calls for vigilance and reminds you of the following points:
Amundi reminds you of the following warning signals, as indicated by the French financial markets authority (AMF), that should alert you:
More generally, we invite you to follow the AMF’s recommendations:
For further recommendations, we invite you to consult the AMF’s helpful guidelines, available via these links:
The AMF also publishes on its website:
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