Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management to reduce annual all-in fee on China A-shares ETF from May 1, 2015

Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management, in conjunction with Harvest Global Investments Limited, will reduce the annual all-in fee on db x-trackers Harvest CSI300 Index UCITS ETF (DR) to 0.65% per annum, down from 1.1% per annum, from May 1, 2015…..

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Marco Montanari, Deutsche AWM’s Head of Passive Investments, Asia-Pacific

The move follows the recent announcement (March 20, 2015) that Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management Investment GmbH is the first asset manager be given a German Renminbi Qualified Foreign Institutional Investor (RQFII) licence, thereby providing additional potential capacity for the purchase of China A-shares. 

db x-trackers Harvest CSI300 Index UCITS ETF (DR) launched in January 2014 and is one of the few ETFs to provide physical replication exposure to China’s domestic A-shares equity market. It is currently one of the largest physical China A-Shares ETFs listed in Europe, with over EUR 600 million in assets (Source, Deutsche AWM, as at April 8, 2015) and is listed on the London Stock Exchange, the Deutsche Börse and the Borsa Italiana.

Marco Montanari, Deutsche AWM’s Head of Passive Investments, Asia-Pacific, commented: “The China A-shares market is rapidly becoming bigger, more liquid and more international. The success of the db x-trackers-Harvest ETF in terms of the assets it has raised in a short time, combined with the fact that Deutsche AWM now has additional potential RQFII quota from our German licence becoming available, plus additional capacity stemming from the new Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect system, means conditions are right for reducing the annual all-in fee and making the fund even more attractive for investors.” 


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