Deutsche Asset Management to Transfer Primary Listing of 8 Exchange-Traded Funds to Bats Exchange

Deutsche Asset Management (Deutsche AM) today announced it will change the primary listing venue for eight X-trackers exchange-traded funds (ETFs) to the Bats Exchange on or about January 6, 2017.

The following ETFs are transferring to the Bats Exchange from NYSE Arca:

TickerFund Name
DBRE Deutsche X-trackers Dow Jones Hedged International Real Estate ETF
DBSE Deutsche X-trackers MSCI Southern Europe Hedged Equity ETF
DBSP Deutsche X-trackers MSCI Spain Hedged Equity ETF
DBIT Deutsche X-trackers MSCI Italy Hedged Equity ETF
DBES Deutsche X-trackers MSCI EAFE Small Cap Hedged Equity ETF
JPNH Deutsche X-trackers Japan JPX-Nikkei 400 Hedged Equity ETF
HDEE Deutsche X-trackers MSCI Emerging Markets High Dividend Yield Hedged Equity ETF
HDEZ Deutsche X-trackers MSCI Eurozone High Dividend Yield Hedged Equity ETF

Current shareholders of these Deutsche X-trackers funds are not required to take any action and the transfer is not expected to have any impact on the trading of the ETFs’ shares.

To find out more about the ETFs available in the US, visit:

Deutsche Asset Management

With EUR 715 billion of assets under management (as of September 30, 2016), Deutsche Asset Management1 is one of the world’s leading investment management organizations. Deutsche Asset Management offers individuals and institutions traditional and alternative investments across all major asset classes.

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Consider the ETFs’ investment objectives, risk factors, and charges and expenses before investing. This and other important information can be found in the ETFs’ prospectuses, which may be obtained by calling 1-855-DBX-ETFS (1-855-329-3837) or by viewing or downloading the prospectuses at Please read it carefully before investing.

RISKS: Investing involves risk, including possible loss of principal. Stocks may decline in value. Bond investments are subject to interest-rate, credit, liquidity and market risks to varying degrees. When interest rates rise, bond prices generally fall. Foreign investing involves greater and different risks than investing in US companies, including currency fluctuations, less liquidity, less developed or less efficient trading markets, lack of comprehensive company information, political instability and differing auditing and legal standards. Emerging markets tend to be more volatile and less liquid than the markets of more mature economies, and generally have less diverse and less mature economic structures and less stable political systems than those of developed countries. Funds investing in a single industry, country or in a limited geographic region generally are more volatile than more diversified funds. Uncertainties in the Chinese tax rules governing taxation of income and gains from investments in A-shares could result in unexpected tax liabilities for the Fund which may reduce Fund returns. Any reduction or elimination of access to A-shares will have a material adverse effect on the ability of the fund to achieve its investment objective. Special risks associated with investments in Chinese companies include exposure to currency fluctuations, less liquidity, less developed or less efficient trading markets, lack of comprehensive company information, political instability and differing auditing and legal standards the nature and extent of intervention by the Chinese government in the Chinese securities markets, and the potential unavailability of A shares. Performance of a Fund may diverge from that of an Underlying Index due to operating expenses, transaction costs, cash flows, use of sampling strategies or operational inefficiencies. There are additional risks associated with investing in high-yield bonds, aggressive growth stocks, non-diversified/concentrated funds and small- and mid-cap stocks which are more fully explained in the prospectuses, as applicable. An investment in any Fund should be considered only as a supplement to a complete investment program for those investors willing to accept the risks associated with that fund. Please read the prospectus for more information.

DBX Advisors LLC (DBX) is the investment adviser to the Deutsche X-trackers ETFs, which are distributed by ALPS Distributors, Inc. (ALPS). DBX is an indirect, wholly-owned subsidiary of Deutsche Bank AG, neither of which is affiliated with ALPS.

One cannot invest directly in an index.

While shares of the ETFs are not individually redeemable, shares may be sold throughout the day on the Exchange through any brokerage account. Only authorized participants may purchase and redeem shares directly from the ETFs in very large Creation Units. There is no assurance that an active trading market for shares of the ETFs will develop or be maintained.

No bank guarantee | Not FDIC insured | May lose value DBX002445 12.16.17

1 Deutsche Asset Management represents the asset management activities conducted by Deutsche Bank AG or any of its subsidiaries.


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