Deutsche Private Bank Launches 4 Funds with Regular Income Using ETFs, AUM at $4.1 Billion
25th June 2021 | Singapore
Deutsche Bank International Private Bank (IPB) with more than $280 billion assets, has launched 4 Strategic Income Allocation (SIA) funds, targeting to generate a regular stream of income distribution and downside risk management. The 4 new funds aim to provide Deutsche Bank Private Banking clients with diversified income sources by investing in cost-efficient ETFs (fixed income, global equity, listed real estate, infrastructure), using options for yield enhancement and to manage downside risks via DWS (Deutsche Bank Asset Management). (ETFs ~ Exchange Traded Funds)
“ Deutsche Private Bank Launches 4 Funds with Regular Income Using ETFs, AUM at $4.1 Billion “
4 Strategic Income Allocation (SIA) Funds, Flagship Fund AUM at $4.18 Billion
The 4 Strategic Income Allocation (SIA) funds are available to Deutsche Bank Private Banking clients in selected countries in Asia and Europe, starting from June 2021.
In 2020, Deutsche Bank International Private Bank had launched its flagship Strategic Asset Allocation (SAA) investments, with Assets under Management at more than $4.18 billion (EUR 3.5 billion) in June 2021.
Deutsche Bank is Germany’s largest bank and one of the largest bank in Europe and the world. Deutsche Bank’s International Private Bank (IPB) manages more than $281 billion of assets globally (June 2020).
Alessandro Caironi, Head of Advisory and Sales, International Private Bank, Deutsche Bank:
“With the launch of the SIA funds, we are pleased to offer our clients a contemporary, income-oriented proposition.
In today’s current economic climate of low and negative interest rates, this solution offers investors the opportunity to invest in a product that is focused on pursuing consistent, long-term market-oriented returns.
Christian Nolting, Global Chief Investment Officer and Head of CIO & Investment Solutions, International Private Bank, Deutsche Bank:
“Our new SIA Plus funds use our highly-regarded SAA strategy with the aim to deliver income from multiple sources. Clients now have the opportunity to benefit from a sophisticated but cost-efficient approach and the ability to combine a modern portfolio strategy with a “Plus”: our distinctive systematic hedging strategy.
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About Deutsche Bank International Private Bank
Deutsche Bank’s Private Bank corporate division combines the private banking expertise of the market-leading Deutsche Bank and Postbank brands in Germany with the global network of the International Private Bank (IPB). This includes IPB’s global business with high net worth individuals and SMEs.
The Private Bank provides high-quality financial services from a single source. These range from comprehensive services for private customers and support for demanding entrepreneurs and their families, to solutions for SMEs in important Eurozone markets and India.
The Private Bank is one of the four pillars of Deutsche Bank, along with the Corporate Bank, Investment Bank and DWS, the institution’s asset management unit. Deutsche Bank is a leading bank in Germany with a global network and strong European roots.
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