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It was never that important to define the valuation of a structured product during the lifetime of the investment. Although it was fine at maturity, there was little point in attempting to value a product...
Reverse convertibles from UBS linked to Chesapeake Energy shares have the highest riskmap scores in the latest filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission
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It’s not that compliance has become glamorous, but it does apply to everybody, so market participants are turning to technology providers to ease their way into complying with the mass of regulation being spewed out. This adaption to regulation has...
Market-linked certificates of deposit (CDs) have become a key part of the US structured product market, particularly since the fall of Lehman Brothers. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation protection means each investor is protected for $250,000 per...
Future Value Consultants' (FVC) income index was the best performer of the three proprietary European indexes in March, though this was only on a rise of 0.9%. The index has been the best performer of all the FVC European indexes since their inception....
Commerzbank offered investors a Twin-Win product in 2007 based on the S&P/MIB Index, which matured in February this year. Breaching the 60% barrier meant those buying lost more than half of their investment. Eve Berlinska analyses the deal
Société Générale produced a Mexican peso-denominated product in 2009 based on 10 banking stocks. The high level of capital protection meant a basket performance of more than 5% was required for a positive return, writes Suzi Hampson
UBS is offering US investors a nine-month structured product based on Apple that has a chunky, 8.56% coupon, which comes as a result of a relatively high, 90% barrier. The investment fits the bill for those willing to risk loss to capital.
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.
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