The past year has seen several new entrants to the UK structured products market, with varying degrees of success. One of the latest is the distribution team at Mariana Capital Markets, which launched...
While its private bankers have regained an appetite for structured products, Singapore's less rich retail investors have been getting used to a new regulatory and dispute resolution scheme put in place...
Autocallables in South Korea have lost product providers money because of the disappointing performance of the Kospi 200, the proxy for the local stock market. Additionally, the destruction of the warrants...
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In the face of multi-billion-dollar outflows from emerging markets-based exchange-traded funds, structured product providers say this is merely the departure of 'hot money' rather than a new trend. Jonathan López reports
Reyker is offering UK investors something extra with its latest autocallable. The six-year dual-index income plan uses the Euro Stoxx 50 and FTSE 100 as underlyings and includes a 50% European barrier
Morgan Stanley is offering UK investors a bet on the performance of the best 11 of the 20 largest stocks in the UK, with a barrier based on movements in the FTSE 100
Andorran bank Morabanc has traditionally catered to risk-averse investors in southern Europe, but it is now taking its business model further afield. Head of structured products Ferran Vila tells Jonathan López how foreign private banking clients look...
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Deutsche Bank returned to the top three most prolific issuers in the US in July, while Japanese underlyings also proved popular. Investec dominated in the UK. Tim Mortimer reports on the latest trends in the US and UK structured products markets
China's slower growth rate and rising risks in credit-based WMPs are pushing policy-makers to diversify investment products
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