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Nasdaq and Deutsche Asset Management Partner on international Equity ETF Suite

The initial Xtrackers line-up will cover Japan, Germany and the Eurozone

Deutsche Asset Management launched Xtrackers Germany Equity ETF (Ticker: GRMY) and Xtrackers Eurozone Equity ETF (Ticker: EURZ), effective October 27, 2017.

“Nasdaq’s collaboration with Deutsche Asset Management on these new ETFs is a positive step forward in market access,” said David Gedeon, Vice President and Product Manager for Nasdaq’s Global Index Research. “We launched our global equity family to provide the efficient benchmark exposure asset managers and investors need to meet their goals in today’s investment landscape and are thrilled to see these products launch.”

“Globally, we have been offering ETFs linked to international benchmark indices for more than 10 years and are currently managing $15.6 billion in ETF assets linked to benchmarks for the Eurozone, Germany and Japan. These capabilities and our European heritage mean that we are well-positioned to bring meaningful efficiencies and cost savings to US investors for these exposures,” Fiona Bassett, Head of Passive Asset Management, Americas, said.

ETF details:

GRMY seeks to track the Nasdaq Germany Large Mid Cap Index, which is designed to track the performance of the German equity market.

EURZ seeks to track the Nasdaq Eurozone Large Mid Cap Index, which is designed to track the performance of equity securities from issuers based in the countries in the Economic and Monetary Union of the European Union.

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