Fiscal and regulatory reforms announced by the new Spanish government have led market participants to rethink wrappers and product maturities, with growth and fund-linked products likely to benefit
Susan Chan and Neha Bakshi take over structured products structuring and sales at Deutsche Bank in Asia following Chris Lee's departure
Retail investors in Hong Kong are favouring equity-linked investments on the back of more stringent regulatory requirements for structured products. At the same time, the appetite for foreign exchange-linked...
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The ban on distribution fees being considered in Sweden could "substantially" affect the country’s retail structured products market, warn market participants
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Tough equity markets are driving increased demand for credit exposure and cross-asset baskets in the Nordic region, where a stronger risk appetite is in evidence
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This paper discusses a number of diverse considerations that risk managers need to incorporate into their thought processes and recurring procedures if they are to fulfill their role more effectively in the future