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DWS Small Cap Index VIP A
Release date as of 2022-07-31. Data on page is subject to change.
Snapshot Ratings & Risk Portfolio Nuts & Bolts
  Fees and Expenses Taken from prospectus dated 2022-05-01  
Maximum Fees
Administrative 0.10%
Management 0.28%
12b-1 ---
Actual Fees
12b-1 ---
Management 0.28%
Expense Ratio 0.39%
(taken from annual report dated 2021-12-31)
Total Annual Operating Expense 0.42%
Waiver Data
Type Date %
ExpenseRatio Contractual 2023-04-30 0.03
  Management
Inception Date: 1997-08-22
Mngr Name Brent D. Reeder
Mngr Start Date 2007-05-01
Biography
Brent Reeder, Senior Vice President at The Northern Trust Company, Chicago, is the Team Leader-Domestic Index in the Quantitative Management Group of Northern Trust Global Investments (NTGI). Before his current role, he was a Portfolio Manager in the Quantitative Management Group of NTGI, responsible for the management of index portfolios. Brent has a broad range of expertise in both large capitalization and small capitalization index mandates. Prior to this, Brent spent five years in trust operations as a team leader of the Foundations and Endowments team. He received a B.A. degree in Economics from DePauw University and an M.B.A. degree in Finance from DePaul University. Brent is an Associated Person with the National Futures Association.
Investment Advisor(s)
DWS Investment Management Americas, Inc.
Web Site
www.dws-investments.com
Issuer
DWS
Subadvisor(s)
Northern Trust Investments Inc
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