The revival in structured products activity in the Nordic region recently can now boast an increase in the number of issuers on the NDX
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HSBC's global report indicates that correlation in the global equities market has been steadily rising since 2001.
Hong Kong regulators have sent reminder letters and circulars on the business operations surrounding products denominated in renminbi and synthetic exchange-traded funds.
Credit Suisse has launched an ultra-low latency direct market access speed that will give investors to trade Singapore-listed equities in under one millisecond.
The private banking arm of Société Générale has made Olivier Gougeon chief executive of its South Asia operations
Products are still being influenced by the pricing environment and despite a couple of spicy options most of the products seen this fortnight are safe repeats
Gilliat has joined the Federation of European Financial Advisers, enabling it to expand its distribution into Europe
Incapital, Barclays and Gilliat all launched three products each in the past two weeks, most of which focused on the FTSE 100 index as investors continue shy away from risky investments
Philip Harris is to head the newly created Private Client Wealth Management team as RBC continues to build on its platform in the UK
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