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Amundi ETF lists 17 ETFs on Deutsche Börse


Amundi ETF has listed 17 exchange-traded funds on Deutsche Börse.

This first wave of listings consists mainly of equity ETFs and a money market ETF, of which five are unprecedented in Germany.

These will be followed by the listing of several other series in the coming months, significantly increasing Amundi ETF’s offering on Xetra.
Valérie Baudson (pictured), director of Amundi ETF, says: "Our entry into the German ETF market, acknowledged as the most competitive in Europe, constitutes a key stage in our development strategy. We are capable of offering German investors an increasingly comprehensive toolbox supported by three key strengths which characterise our range: competitive prices, quality products and continuous innovation."
Rainer Riess, managing director of Xetra market development at Deutsche Börse, adds: “We are pleased to be able to further increase the XTF segment on Deutsche Börse thanks to Amundi’s entry. With the listing of the Amundi products on Xetra, the biggest ETF trading platform in Europe, investors can now benefit from Amundi’s innovative products at competitive prices.”
Of the 17 ETFs listed on Deutsche Börse, there are six regional equity ETFs enabling European or Eurozone investors to benefit from an exposure to the rest of the world through a single transaction; five country equity ETFs providing exposure to German, American, Japanese, and emerging equities; three leveraged ETFs seeking to replicate twice the daily performance of their respective indices and two short ETFs offering a daily inverse exposure to the performance of the Dax 30 and the Dow Jones Euro Stoxx 50; and one money market ETF for short and medium-term cash management.

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