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Royal Bank of Canada leads the offering of short-maturity structured products in the US public market with 12 products, half of which have maturities of just three months
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Tim Mortimer analyses the supply of public market structured products in the US and UK, finding that Barclays Bank is the only institution that is a top three issuer in each country. Leveraged return notes were the most issued product by notional, while...
Fourteen reverse convertibles, mostly from UBS, one autocallable and two leveraged return notes make up the latest batch of structured products to be filed with the SEC
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Thirty-five new structured products were listed with the US SEC yesterday, led by a glut of supply from Bank of Montreal
Dealers will be able to cross-margin interest rate swaps, and eurodollar and Treasury futures, from May
Thirty-one structured products were registered with the US Securities and Exchange Commission on March 9, with UBS providing nine autocallables and reverse convertibles
Technology can provide a competitive advantage in banking. How it is applied by Tier 1 and Tier 2 institutions, to the benefit for their risk management systems, is discussed.
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