db X-trackers Getting Physical

Deutsche Bank’s ETF arm, db X-trackers, is planning to launch a handful of physical replication ETFs in the coming weeks

Ali Masarwah 16 October, 2012 | 3:00PM Lee Davidson
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Deutsche Bank’s ETF arm – db X-trackers - plans to launch a handful of physical replication ETFs in the coming weeks, according to well-informed Deutsche Bank sources. This move comes just a few weeks after its close competitor, Lyxor, announced a similar move. Sources say that db X-trackers plans to launch these funds in November.

According to Deutsche Bank sources, the first round of new launches will feature physical replication ETFs which already have a synthetic replication version available for investors. In the coming weeks, physically replicated ETFs tracking the DAX 30, S&P 500, FTSE 100 and the Nikkei 225 indices, amongst others, will be launched. The plan is for Deutsche Bank to offer two distinct, parallel product ranges: the existing swap-based ETFs and a parallel set of products physically tracking benchmark indices, according to sources.

Emerging market fixed income ETFs will not be launched this year, going against what had been initially communicated by a Deutsche Bank representative.

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Ali Masarwah

Ali Masarwah  is the editor of Morningstar.de in Germany.

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