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A surge in implied and realised volatility in the eurozone will significantly impact the pricing of structured products in the UK market, say market participants
UK distributors are capitalising on rising inflation with structured products that offer returns linked to the Retail Prices Index
Failure to meet the needs of investors means many people still view structured products as risky investments
Volatility was at the heart of the conversation at the Structured Products Europe conference in Frankfurt on November 21. Though whether volatility-based structured products will ever be sold in lar...
A free-to-view gallery of photographs from the Structured Products Europe 2011 Awards Dinner held in The Royal Horseguards in London on November 3, 2011
Market participants in Hong Kong can now trade after hours on the Scoach platform in Germany, where issuers can also list Hong Kong dollar-denominated products
Bank of America Merrill Lynch has guaranteed the first structured product to be listed on the Canadian National Stock Exchange, which expects more US banks to follow suit
The index business used to be very straightforward and dominated by a relatively small number of third-party providers. Those well-known index creators provided benchmark indices, and some taste of exotica,...
Link-up will speed growth of S&P’s international index business as it gains access to some of the world’s largest derivatives exchanges
Structured Products Europe Awards 2011
In response to industry fears of a collateral crunch, regulators have revised the proposed rules on margining for uncleared over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives.You can find out more by downloading this white paper here.