DWS has expanded its ETF offering with the launch of four new strategies, ETF Stream can reveal.
The four ETFs offer a range of exposures including US tech stocks, sustainable European equities, and two US sectors.
The Xtrackers NASDAQ 100 UCITS ETF (XNAS) and Xtrackers MSCI EMU ESG UCITS ETF (XZEZ) have total expense ratios (TERs) of 0.20% while the Xtrackers MSCI USA Industrials UCITS ETF (XUIN) and Xtrackers MSCI USA Communication Services UCITS ETF (XUCM) both have TERs of 0.12%.
Physically-replicated, the four ETFs are listed on the Deutsche Boerse and are set to start trading on the London Stock Exchange tomorrow.
XNAS offers investors exposure to the 100 largest non-financial companies listed on the Nasdaq, with sub-sectors including computer hardware and software, telecommunications, retail and wholesale, and biotechnology.
Simon Klein (pictured), global head of passive sales at DWS, commented: "As investor portfolios evolve to be positioned for the post-COVID-19 innovation economy, we expect demand for XNAS to be high."
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XZEZ allows investors to access medium and large companies from ten industrialised Eurozone nations. Each of the constituents has comparatively high ESG scores and lower carbon emissions versus their competitors.
Finally, the XUIN and XUCM are available to investors interested in US industrials and communications services companies, respectively.
XUIN offers exposure to manufacturers of machinery, equipment, and supplies for the manufacturing industry while XUCM allows investors to access tech, telecommunications, streaming services, and film producer equities, among others.