Royal Bank of Canada is the issuer of a six-year, dual index kickout product on offer in the UK through Meteor. Capital is at risk if the call is not triggered and either index has fallen by more than...
Investors believe 7% is a reasonable return for investing in FTSE 100 but many think it is unrealistic, says survey, prompting Société Générale to launch the UK Four series that aims to exceed expectations...
Meteor Asset Management is offering the newly popular defensive autocallable to UK investors, linked to the FTSE 100 and the Euro Stoxx 50. The product's American barrier has been set at a relatively safe...
Insurance Risk and BNY Mellon have conducted a survey to look at how insurance companies are preparing for the new regime and the opportunities and challenges that the changes will bring.
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Roughly 13% of the UK's retail structured products market consists of products based on more than one index. Many offer double-digit returns, but some providers say their higher risk levels are the opposite of what the structured products industry needs...
Royal Bank of Scotland has issued a series of FTSE 100-linked structures that provide investors with a choice of kickout options featuring different types of barrier and autocallable trigger levels to suit their risk-reward preferences
Returns on more structured products could be subject to income tax rather than capital gains tax following a tightening of the law by the UK tax authority
Meteor is offering a six-year product linked to the FTSE 100 that delivers an income stream if the index remains above a certain level. Capital is at risk if a 50% barrier is breached, while an autocall feature means early kickout is a possibility
This multi-asset two-year autocallable from Credit Suisse offered a potentially healthy fixed return based on the performance of the S&P 500 and Russell 2000 indexes, but capital is at risk if the final day barrier of 70% is breached
Morgan Stanley has launched a FTSE 100-linked six-year kickout plan in the UK that does not pay out automatically at the trigger point, giving investors the option of waiting until maturity
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