Company Overview of Deutsche Asset Management Inc.
Deutsche Asset Management Inc. (DeAM) provides services to domestic and international clients. It provides its services to corporations, financial institutions, public and private pension funds, endowments, foundations, and not-for-profit organizations. The firm manages separate client-focused equity, fixed income, and balanced portfolios. It also manages mutual funds, commingled funds, trust funds, hedge funds, and fund of funds for its clients. The firm invests in the public equity, fixed income, and real estate markets across the globe. It also makes private equity investments. The firm invests in growth and value stocks of micro-cap, small-cap, mid-cap, and large-cap companies. For its s...
345 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10154
Founded in 1999
Key Executives for Deutsche Asset Management Inc.
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Vice Chairman and Managing Director
Managing Director of Risk Management
Global Head of Retail and Head of DeAM Europe
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Deutsche Asset Management Inc. Key Developments
Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management Launches Enhanced Beta Exchange Traded Funds
Nov 24 15
Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management announced the launch of its first enhanced beta exchange traded funds (ETFs), Deutsche X-trackers Russell 1000 Enhanced Beta ETF (Ticker: DEUS) and Deutsche X-trackers FTSE Developed ex US Enhanced Beta ETF (Ticker: DEEF). The ETFs are the US platform’s first, broad-based US domestic and unhedged developed international equity ETFs. They are intended to serve as core portfolio allocations as well as an alternative to traditional market cap weighted domestic and international index products. DEUS tracks the Russell 1000 Comprehensive Factor Index, while DEEF tracks the FTSE Developed ex US Comprehensive Factor Index. Both FTSE Russell Comprehensive Factor indexes weight each stock within their respective underlying benchmark based on five academically-proven characteristics that influence the risk and performance of stocks: Value: The indexes seek to identify undervalued stocks relative to accounting values by measuring cash-flow yield, earnings yield and sales-to-price of each company. Quality: The indexes seek to identify high-quality companies by measuring profitability, efficiency, earnings quality and leverage. Momentum: The indexes seek to analyze relatively recent price movements-over-time as a potential indicator of future performance of a stock price by analyzing 11-month total return and lagged one-month returns. Volatility: The indexes seek to identify stocks with relatively low volatility by measuring the standard deviation of five years of weekly, total local returns on each stock. Size: The indexes seek to consider market capitalization in US dollars as an indicator of performance, and have found that small-cap stocks have historically outperformed large-cap stocks. These indexes are factor weighted and not market cap weighted. The FTSE Russell methodology follows a simple, bottom-up approach that scores each stock based on each of the five factor characteristics and multiplies each stock’s starting benchmark weight by the respective score. As a result, stocks exhibiting strong factor characteristics are given higher weights within the multi-factor index.
Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management's Alternatives and Real Assets (ARA) Business Acquires Dallas Industrial Portfolio
Nov 6 15
Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management 's (Deutsche AWM) Alternatives and Real Assets (ARA) business announced that it has acquired the Dallas Industrial portfolio on behalf of an overseas institutional investor. The portfolio is comprised of four buildings totaling 990,000 square-feet located in two top Dallas-Fort Worth submarkets. It is situated in strong regional distribution locations that offer excellent access to Dallas-Fort Worth airport and highways as well as a large employment base.
Deutsche Asset Management Seeks Acquisitions
Nov 3 15
Deutsche Asset Management Inc. is seeking acquisitions. Deutsche Asset Management is looking to buy into more infrastructure-owning companies in emerging Asian markets.
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