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Veteran equity derivatives banker founds London-based firm Alpima
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Exchange-traded funds that buy call options on the underlying stocks are attracting big inflows in North America
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Banks and CCPs are pressing for changes to method of calculating default fund capital
Exchange-traded funds form the basis of a raft of structured products registered with the US regulator in the week ending June 8
Swedish wealth manager Garantum Fondkommissionen and Swedish Export Credit Corporation returned to the US structured products market last week
Wells Fargo note offers guaranteed return of 7% plus principal as a raft of energy and natural resource-based reverse convertibles are filed with the SEC
Of the 91 structured products filed last week with the US Securities and Exchange Commission, more than 40 were reverse convertibles and nine were digitals. Financials and tourism were the most popu...
New product filings with the SEC show a preference for technology and ETF underlyings, and include a Bank of Montreal reverse convertible based on the stock of Whole Foods Market
Most of the latest structured products filed with the US Securities and Exchange Commission are linked to shares of companies from the energy and natural resources sector
Bank of Montreal has filed a coffee company-linked product with the SEC, and UBS has registered another seven reverse convertibles
The Canadian bank has registered a further three reverse convertibles with the US Securities and Exchange Commission, while JP Morgan and Citi filed straddle products linked to the performance of ETFs
Thirty-five new structured products were listed with the US SEC yesterday, led by a glut of supply from Bank of Montreal
Fifty-two structured products were registered with the US Securities and Exchange Commission on March 7, maintaining the boost in issuance that began the previous day
A mass of new structured products registered in the US public market are dominated by HSBC and UBS, though Goldman Sachs stands out in terms of tenor with its five-year capital-protected note
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