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Open to disclosure
After criticising the use of the term “principal protected” in structured notes, the SEC turns to ETFs and mutual funds that promise protection from loss in their names
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Firms that manage family fortunes say structured products have come a long way since the financial crisis, but their use in family office portfolios remains limited
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