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Buy-Back of Securities

Fri, 6th Oct 2017 15:58


DB ETC plc

COMPANY ANNOUNCEMENT

Immediate Release 06 October 2017

DB ETC plc (the Issuer)

(incorporated and registered in Jersey under the Companies (Jersey)

Law 1991 (as amended) with registered number 103781)

Re: Buy-Back of ETC Securities Announcement

The Issuer has agreed to buy back the ETC Securities for the following Series as set out in the table below.

Series   Number of Securities to be bought back   Trade Date   Settlement Date   ISIN:
Series 01 - db Physical Gold ETC 30,000 04 October 2017 06 October 2017 GB00B5840F36

Following the buy-back of the ETC Securities described above, the total number DB ETC plc ETC Securities in issue in relation to this Series will be:

Series 01 - db Physical Gold ETC   5,794,575

Enquiries to:

TMG.ETC@db.com

DB ETC plc

Copyright Business Wire 2017






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