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Love Beta!
For all those still looking for the right tracker.

We are happy to personally advise you.

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Have you had enough of index tracking adventures and experiments? If there is no more pep in your portfolio, you feel neglected by your provider and would prefer to share your purely financial interests with an experienced partner, then let us introduce our new ETFs for asset managers to you!

Nine reasons to fall in love.
Enough playing around – you know what you’ve got with us!

 

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Market price risk.

The market price development of an exchange traded fund and the index it tracks are significantly influenced by the performance of the assets the fond or index contains.

The development of such assets (e.g. equities or fixed-income securities) is in turn affected by economic and political environment factors, such as economic growth, interest rate trends and economic policy decisions. Irrational factors such as sentiment, opinion and rumour can also affect general price development, particularly on a stock exchange. The value of assets thus fluctuates due to their nature. While such fund asset fluctuations may be more mild than those of single stock investments due to fund risk diversification, the price of an ETF share is determined by the performance of the individual fund components. In the event of a negative market movement, the fund management does not attempt to minimise losses but continues to track the index as accurately as possible. Investors are thus fully exposed with their share in ETFs to such market movements, i.e.to positive and negative market developments alike. Redemption may under certain circumstances be lower than the value of the capital invested – the worst case scenario can be a total loss.

Concentration risk.

If the investment is concentrated on certain assets or markets, the fund is particularly bound to the performance of such assets or markets.

Currency risk.

Fund assets may be invested in a currency other than the fund currency. The fund receives the income, redemptions and proceeds from such investments in the other currency. If the value of this currency decreases against the fund currency, this reduces the value of such investments and thus also the value of the fund.

Interest rate risk.

Investment in fixed-income securities bears the risk that the capital market interest rate will change from that at the time the security is issued. If market interest rates rise relative to the date of issue, this generally results in the prices of the fixed-income securities falling. If, on the other hand, the market rate falls, the fixed-income security price rises. Such price developments mean that the current return on fixed-income securities is more or less in line with the current market interest rate.

Our three new products at a glance.
These are numbers you ought to remember.

ETFL51

 

Deka Germany 30

UCITS ETF

 

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ETFL52

 

Deka US Treasuries 7-10

UCITS ETF

 

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ETFL53

 

Deka Euro Corporates 0-3 Liquid

UCITS ETF

 

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Germany’s darlings.
Deka Germany 30 UCITS ETF – most popular exports.

Master data

ETF Deka Germany 30 UCITS ETF

WKN

ETFL51

ISIN DE000ETFL516

Bloomberg / Reuters

ELFG / ELFG.DE

Dividend policy Distributing

TER p.a. (expected)

0.09%

Investment objective

  • Investment in the 30 biggest blue chip companies based in Germany

 

Index universe

  • Solactive GBS Developed Markets Germany Large & Mid & Small Caps
  • Country allocation Germany (primary listing and company headquarters)
  • Free float market capitalisation of at least 10%
  • Average daily trading volumes of USD 1 million for the last month and the last six months

 

Selection criteria

  • The 30 largest companies

 

Index creation

  • Weighting by free-float market cap

 

Index rebalancing

  • Annual rebalancing (August)
  • Quarterly IPO review

 

 

Dear, where are the Treasuries?
Hopefully in the Deka US Treasuries 7-10 UCITS ETF!

Master data

ETF

Deka US Treasuries 7-10 UCITS ETF

WKN

ETFL52

ISIN

DE000ETFL524

Bloomberg / Reuters

ELFG / ELFG.DE

Dividend policy Distributing

TER p.a. (expected)

0.07%

Investment objective

  • Participation in the higher yields of US government bonds

 

Index universe

  • US government bonds (Treasuries)
  • Plain vanilla only (no floaters or structured bonds)

 

Selection criteria

  • Outstanding volume of at least USD 250 million
  • Residual maturity of between 7 and 10 years

 

Index creation

  • Weighting by market value (calculated on a bid basis) including accrued interest
  • Cap 10%

 

Index rebalancing

  • Quarterly rebalancing (January, April, July and October)

 

 

Kiss EONIA goodbye!
A heart for short-term bonds: Deka Euro Corporates 0-3 Liquid UCITS ETF.

Master data

ETF

Deka Euro Corporates 0-3 Liquid UCITS ETF

WKN

ETFL53

ISIN

DE000ETFL532

Bloomberg / Reuters

ELFG / ELFG.DE

Dividend policy Distributing

TER p.a. (expected)

0.15%

Investment objective

  • Yield pick-up on highly liquid euro-denominated corporate bonds (IG) with short duration.

 

Index universe

  • Corporate bonds in euro
  • Issuers from the euro area, Switzerland, UK, Norway, Sweden and Denmark

 

Selection criteria

  • Plain vanilla only (no floaters or structured bonds)
  • Outstanding volume: at least EUR 500 million
  • Rating: investment grade (BBB- or better)
  • Term at issue: minimum of 18 months
  • Residual maturity: between 3 months and 3 years

 

Index creation

  • 90 bonds
    • 2/3 non-financials, 1/3 financials
    • 2/3 BBB-/BBB/BBB+, 1/3 A- or better
  • Cap: 4 bonds or 4% per issuer
  • Weighting by market value (calculated on a bid basis) including accrued interest

 

Index rebalancing

  • Quarterly rebalancing (January, April, July and October)
  • Minimum weighting of 34% for bonds with residual maturity of at least 2 years
  • Quarterly IPO review

 

That’s why you should choose Deka ETFs.
High degree of expertise and excellent products.

Love Beta!
We are happy to personally advise you.

Georg Kayser

Georg Kayser

(+49) 69 7147 8340

Nigel Longley, CSIP (DVFA)

Nigel Longley, CSIP (DVFA)

(+49) 69 7147 2607

Martin Siegel

Martin Siegel

(+49) 69 7147 8296

Notice

Key investor information, sales prospectuses and reports are available in German at Deka Investment GmbH, Mainzer Landstrasse 16, D-60325 Frankfurt am Main, Germany, and at www.deka-etf.de