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17 February 2022

Accessibility statement

What is digital accessibility?

An accessible website is one that allows people with disabilities to access its content and functionality without any difficulty.

For example, an accessible website allows users to:

  • Navigate it using a speech synthesizer and/or a Braille display (used by blind and visually impaired people).
  • Personalise how the site is displayed to suit their particular needs (use larger or smaller characters, change colours, etc.).
  • Navigate it without using a mouse (using only the keyboard, a touch screen, voice commands or any other suitable device).

To this end, the website must comply with standards in force at the time it is created and updated.

Accessibility statement

The AMF undertakes to make its websites (internet, intranet and extranet), software packages, mobile applications and digital street furniture accessible in accordance with Article 47 of French law 2005-102 of 11 February 2005.

This accessibility statement applies to the website.

  • An initial accessibility statement was issued on 20 October 2020 following the launch of the new AMF website. The compliance audit carried out by Atalan revealed that the website meets 77% of the RGAA version 4.0 criteria.
  • To check that accessibility is continuously improving and take into account new features added to the website between the end of October 2020 and March 2021 (AMF General Regulation and policy documents), a second compliance audit was carried out in January 2022. It confirmed that the AMF had made significant progress in terms of accessibility.

1. Compliance status

The AMF website ( is partially compliant with France’s General Accessibility Improvement Reference Framework (Référentiel Général d’Amélioration de l’Accessibilité, RGAA) version 4.1. Areas of non-compliance are listed below.

2. Test results

The compliance audit carried out by Atalan on 26 January 2022 revealed that the AMF production website meets 95% of the RGAA version 4.1 criteria.

3. Non-accessible content

3.1. Non-compliance

List of non-compliant criteria:

  • 4.5. Does each pre-recorded time-based content item have, if necessary, a synchronised audio description (excluding special cases)?
  • 7.1. Is each script, where necessary, compatible with assistive technologies?
  • 11.10. Is validity checking used appropriately in each form?
  • 13.3. Does every web page, where necessary, have an accessible version in a document format that can be downloaded (excluding special cases)?

4. Preparation of this accessibility statement

This statement was drawn up on 26 January 2022.

4.1. Technologies used to build

  • HTML5
  • CSS 3
  • Javascript
  • WAI-ARIA 1.1

4.2. Test environment

The content rendering tests were performed with the following browser and screen reader combinations:

  • Firefox 95 et NVDA 2021.3
  • Firefox 95 et JAWS 2020
  • Chrome 96 et Android Talkback 8.1

4.3. Tools for assessing accessibility

  • Color Contrast Analyser
  • HeadingsMap
  • Firefox and Chrome development tool
  • Web Developer (Firefox and Chrome extension)

4.4. Pages of the website that were checked for compliance

5. Feedback and contact details

If you are unable to access a particular piece of content or service, the website manager can direct you to an accessible alternative or provide you with the content in another format.

  • To contact the website manager, send a message via the contact form
  • Contact the AMF Communications Directorate: AMF Communications Directorate, 17 Place de la Bourse, 75082 PARIS Cedex 2

6. Means of redress

You should use this procedure if you have notified the website manager of an issue that prevents you from accessing content or services on the portal and you have not received a satisfactory response.