Credit-linked note (cln)
Alistair Campbell talks about the outlook for the market
Increased activity in credit-linked notes based on Spanish corporates has been the main feature of Inversis Banco’s latest structured product offerings. Jonathan López hears how Spanish investors...
Fixed-income investors are looking at structured products to enhance yield and manage duration
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Global uncertainty is driving investors in Asia into fixed-income assets and structured and credit-linked notes with exposure to credit, though they remain wary of issuer risk
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
The popularity of equity-linked securities is set to remain strong in South Korea as investors seek yield enhancement to combat low interest and deposit rates
Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) is issuing five series of credit-linked notes (CLNs), maturing on September 4, 2006 and referenced on a portfolio of 100 equally weighted investment-grade credits.
In response to industry fears of a collateral crunch, regulators have revised the proposed rules on margining for uncleared over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives.You can find out more by downloading this white paper here.