Leveraged return note
In the US public registered market in December, Bank of America Merrill Lynch was the leading issuer of structured products by notional, while UBS launched the greatest number of products, writes Future...
The US structured products market in August showed exactly the same features and preferences as it so often does – an obsession with leveraged return notes and the S&P 500
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...
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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The volatility around Research in Motion stock was high enough to ensure that a reverse convertible issued in the US linked to the stock offered to pay investors a near 30% annual return, writes Future Value Consultants’ Suzi Hampson
Volatility in most equity indexes has been comparatively low over the past two years, especially compared to the levels seen during the onset of the financial crisis. This has had a dramatic effect on structured product design. In this issue, we look...
Tim Mortimer analyses the latest monthly trends in the US and UK structured product markets
Goldman Sachs has offered a leveraged buffered two-year note linked to the Euro Stoxx 50 that offers potential return of 67.5% and full capital repayment
Suzi Hampson of Future Value Consultants looks at structured products trends in the US and UK
This paper discusses a number of diverse considerations that risk managers need to incorporate into their thought processes and recurring procedures if they are to fulfill their role more effectively in the future
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