BOSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Amundi US today announced reduced fees and expenses for certain Pioneer U.S. mutual funds and share classes, which result in lower costs to shareholders. The changes will be effective October 1, 2021. Costs will be reduced through a combination of an immediate reduction in management fees and lower caps on total expense ratios for certain share classes.
Lisa Jones, President and Chief Executive Officer of Amundi US, said, “Consistent with our strategic goal of adding value for our clients, and to further support our commitment to shareholders, we identified opportunities to reduce fees and expenses. The market is becoming increasingly price-focused, and lowering fees and expenses makes our offerings more competitive against both active and passive approaches.”
Details of the expense reductions are provided in the tables below. Additional details are available in the Prospectus of each Fund, available through the SEC or our website, www.amundi.com/us.
Share Class Level Expense Caps
Expense ratio caps are being reduced or added for certain share classes of Pioneer Strategic Income Fund, Pioneer AMT-Free Municipal Fund and Pioneer Disciplined Value Fund.
Fund – Share Class
Current Total Expense Ratio (Net)
New Total Expense Ratio (Net)
Pioneer Strategic Income Fund – Y
Pioneer Strategic Income Fund – K
Pioneer AMT-Free Municipal Fund – Y
Pioneer Disciplined Value Fund – Y
Management Fee Reductions
Expenses on Pioneer Disciplined Value Fund are being lowered through a reduced management fee.
Fund – Share Class
New Effective Management Fee
Pioneer Disciplined Value Fund
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Amundi US is the US business of Amundi, Europe’s largest asset manager by assets under management and ranked among the ten largest globally. Boston is one of Amundi’s six main global investment hubs and offers a broad range of fixed-income, equity, and multi-asset investment solutions in close partnership with wealth management firms, distribution platforms, and institutional investors across the Americas, Europe, and Asia-Pacific.
With our financial and extra-financial research capabilities and long-standing commitment to responsible investment, Amundi is a key player in the asset management landscape. Amundi clients benefit from the expertise and advice of over 4,500 employees in 37 countries. A subsidiary of the Crédit Agricole group and listed on the Paris stock exchange, Amundi currently manages approximately $2.12 trillion of assets.
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2. Boston, Dublin, London, Milan, Paris, and Tokyo
3. Amundi data as of 6/30/21
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