Meteor asset management
Many investors see equities as fairly valued or even overvalued, boosting demand for structured products that offer protection or benefit from sideways markets
Strategists are cautioning investors to look beyond autocallables and take advantage of low volatility to buy growth products. The banks have listened, engineering new solutions to capture upside. But...
A couple invested in a Lehman Brothers-backed structured product will not be able to claim £165,000 back after the UK Financial Ombudsman Service rules it was not mis-sold by Meteor
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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Capital-at-risk products – kickouts in particular – remain the leading products the UK. In the US, Barclays is back in force with the biggest market share in September
Winds of change are blowing through UK retail structured products. Big providers have abandoned some parts of the market while others are adapting their distribution models and teaming up with third parties to devolve responsibility for sales and marketing....
Maturities from the past six months show that only three of Meteor's products did not result in a payout, with FTSE underlyings performing especially well
Meteor Asset Management launches flexible Omnium account
The enthusiasts behind the StructuredProductReview.com website have launched a platform called SPwrap to coincide with the Retail Distribution Review in a bid to give retail investors, who now have to pay for financial advice, a more professional service....
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...
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