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As Hong Kong’s retail investor market begins to recover from the damage inflicted by the sale of Lehman Brothers’ Minibonds, Hang Seng Bank has broadened its product mix in response to investor interest in asset classes such as foreign exchange and...
The intensification of the so-called ‘deposit wars’ in Spain last March, when interest rates on offer reached 4.5%, has been followed by longer-term products that more closely reflect the realities of the domestic market. Rebecca Hampson reports from...
Korea's structured product market continues to grow as institutional investors move across to equity derivatives
As Russia’s largest brokerage company, Finam Investment’s operations in asset management, investment funds and its own bank gives it all it needs to build structured products. Now the firm is planning on tapping the Cypriot and German markets as it...
Global foreign exchange markets were dominated by the same themes for most of 2010, with a focus on the US economy and quantitative easing in light of weakening US data. But inflationary pressures and possible interest rate hikes are presenting structurers...
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
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