Asset Management

With €719 billion of assets under management (as of 30 June 2016), Deutsche Asset Management1 is one of the world's leading asset managers, offering private and institutional clients both traditional and alternative investment solutions in all major investment classes.

Mutual funds, SICAVs and active investments
In the active investment platform alone, the division has over 500 global professionals including analysts and managers, 60 years of history in asset management and around €531 billion of assets2.

Exchange Traded Funds

The European platform, launched in 2007, has approximately €54 billion of assets under management (as of 23 August 2016) and offers over 200 ETFs. The db x-trackers ETFs represent an investment solution that combines the advantages of quoted stocks and funds in a single product. They can be traded exactly like securities in the markets, providing transparency, low cost and efficient index replication methods. db X-trackers is currently the fifth-largest provider of ETFs in the world and is second in Europe for assets under management.

Exchange Traded Commodities

Deutsche Bank's Exchange Traded Commodities (ETCs) enable investment in major commodities and constitute a good alternative to futures as they do not require the physical delivery of the underlying.

Systematic Funds

Deutsche Bank's Systematic Funds invest in a wide range of investment classes, including financial instruments (stocks and bonds) and commodities, through systematic investment strategies.

Asset Management for Institutional Investors
Investment solutions and strategies for global institutional clients.

¹ Deutsche Asset Management is the brand of the Deutsche Bank Group's asset management division. The legal entities that provide products or services with the Deutsche Asset Management trademark are specified in contracts, sales material and other information documents.
2 Source: Deutsche Asset Management. Figures as at 30 June 2016
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Last Update: January 15, 2018
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