Accumulating share classes of four Vanguard equity ETFs available on Xetra

Release date: 25 Jul 2019 | Deutsche Börse Cash Market

Accumulating share classes of four Vanguard equity ETFs available on Xetra

Since Thursday, accumulating share classes of four Vanguard equity ETFs have also been tradable via Xetra and Börse Frankfurt. All four products are weighted by market capitalisation.

The Vanguard FTSE North America UCITS ETF (USD) Accumulating replicates US and Canadian large and mid cap companies in an optimised portfolio composition.

The Vanguard FTSE Developed Europe UCITS ETF (EUR) Accumulating and the Vanguard FTSE Developed Europe ex UK UCITS ETF (EUR) Accumulating offer an investment in the performance of large and medium-sized companies from European industrialised countries. The latter excludes companies located in the United Kingdom.

With the globally oriented Vanguard FTSE All-World UCITS ETF (USD) Accumulating, investors can participate in the performance of medium-sized and large equity companies from 47 different developed and emerging market countries.

The income of each ETF is reinvested.

Name

Asset class

ISIN

Ongoing charges

Distribution policy

Reference index

Vanguard FTSE North America UCITS ETF (USD) Accumulating                


Equity ETF

IE00BK5BQW10    


0.10 per cent

Accumulating

FTSE North America Index

Vanguard FTSE Developed Europe UCITS ETF (EUR) Accumulating


Equity ETF

IE00BK5BQX27


0.12 per cent

Accumulating

FTSE Developed Europe Index

Vanguard FTSE Developed Europe ex UK UCITS ETF (EUR) Accumulating


Equity ETF

IE00BK5BQY34


0.12 per cent

Accumulating

FTSE Developed Europe ex UK Index

Vanguard FTSE All-World UCITS ETF (USD) Accumulating


Equity ETF

IE00BK5BQT80


0.25 per cent

Accumulating

FTSE All-World Index

The product range in Deutsche Börse's XTF segment currently comprises a total of 1,464 ETFs. With this selection and an average monthly trading volume of around EUR 11 billion, Xetra is the leading trading platform for ETFs in Europe.

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