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Deutsche Börse expects around 200 participants at sixth ETF forum


Deutsche Börse is hosting its sixth exchange-traded fund forum in Frankfurt today (Tuesday, 3 September).

Around 200 participants from across Germany – most of them institutional investors – are expected at the forum.
“ETFs are one of the great success stories of recent years. Deutsche Börse’s XTF segment currently has record assets under management of more than EUR210 billion, 20 per cent more than last year,” says Dr Martin Reck, managing director cash market at Deutsche Börse. “The success of ETFs is based on the fact that they are transparent, easy to understand and cost-effective. That is why trading in ETFs belongs on regulated stock exchanges. Only there can investors fully exploit these benefits. The best investor protection is sufficient transparency so that market participants can make informed decisions.”
Deutsche Börse’s XTF segment is Europe’s leading provider in exchange-traded index funds with a market share of 32 per cent. Via Xetra around 230 trading partners and more than 4,000 traders from 18 countries are connected to ETF trading, which promotes liquidity and international trading. The average monthly trading volume of ETFs on Xetra amounts to approximately EUR11bn. Around 70 per cent of the order volume comes from outside Germany. 

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