Deutsche Bank's db x-trackers has listed six fixed income ETFs on the London Stock Exchange, offering exposure to UK gilts, US treasuries and Eurozone sovereign debt.
The ETFs track a range of iBoxx indices comprising government bonds of various maturities and inflation-linked government bonds, which represent the respective geographical markets.
"We are excited to offer the db x-trackers fixed income ETFs in the UK market for the first time," head of db x-trackers UK Manooj Mistry says.
"The new products provide an ideal addition to any portfolio as they maintain the liquidity and flexibility of an ETF investment, offer investors a greater level of stability, as well as provide broad exposure to the asset class."
The bank says the new range complements its existing money market funds which are also listed on the LSE.
The fees for the new funds, which are traded in dollars, sterling and euros, range from 0.15% to 0.25%.
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