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Deutsche Asset Management’s range of Xtrackers Core ETFs has received a significant new addition with the inclusion of an ETF providing physical replication exposure to emerging market equities....

The newly-launched db x-trackers MSCI Emerging Markets Index UCITS ETF (DR) provides broad exposure to emerging market equities and has an annual All-in Fee of 0.2%. It listed on the Deutsche Börse on 26th of June and on the London Stock Exchange 29th of June.

The ETF has already generated over EUR 200 million in assets under management.

“With a highly competitive annual All-in Fee and using physical replication to track its underlying index, we expect significant investor interest in our new emerging markets ETF, which will form an important building block as part of our Core range of Xtrackers ETFs,” said Manooj Mistry, Deutsche AM’s Head of Passive Asset Management, EMEA and UK.

As at May 31st of this year, Deutsche AM’s Xtrackers had generated net new assets of EUR 4.1 billion.

Product Details

Name of ETF: db x-trackers MSCI Emerging Markets Index UCITS ETF (DR)*

BBG Code: XMME

ISIN: IE00BTJRMP35

Fund Currency: USD

Listing Currency: USD (LSE)/ EUR (Xetra)

Annual All-in Fee: 0.2%

Physical/synthetic Physical

UCITS Compliant: Yes

*A sub-fund of Concept Fund Solutions Plc.

Source: ETFWorld

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