If the US congress votes to lower the deposit insurance limit to $100,000, then that figure will count for products currently in circulation, says the FDIC
Citi Private Bank in New York has named Thomas Petrone as head of capital markets, with responsibility for the bank's ultra-high-net-worth clients
BNP Paribas has added Quentin Renaud to its London-based global MTN trading desk
Two new carbon indexes will enable investors to make investment decisions based on how carbon reduction schemes affect company earnings
Royal Bank of Canada has issued a new reverse convertible based on BP. The oil company's shares have risen in the US market in recent trading despite hitting a 13-year low on the London Stock Exchange
The less-than-expected increase in capital gains tax announced by UK chancellor George Osborne means structured products retain their tax-efficient status
Evolution Markets expansion targeted to respond to growing demand for alternative energy sources
The European benchmark index continues to feature in this month's issuance
The latest Capgemini/Merrill Lynch World Wealth Report predicts greater investment in structured products on the back of a recovery in high-net-worth investors' finances
Deutsche Bank has hired Chris Lee as head of structured products for Asia, just a few months after he left a similar position at UBS
Nasdaq has released its first sharia-compliant indexes, based on the Nasdaq 100 and OMX Stockholm Benchmark indexes
Nick Terras has left Schulte Roth & Zabel to join Ashurst's derivatives products group in London
The Vienna Stock Exchange has launched the CECE Fundamental and the CEETX Fundamental indexes
In a low-issuance US market, accelerated growth structures and reverse convertibles lead the way
Exchange-traded currencies target retail and institutional investors
Credit Suisse has expanded its equity derivatives and structured products operations in Australia with the appointment of Lucas Kiely as director and head of equity derivatives sales and Chelsea Wise as director and head of structured products sales
Standard and Poor's Taxable Municipal Bond Index offers exposure to a market that has grown substantially since the beginning of 2009.
UBS index meets demand from German retail investors for regular income that beats the European Central Bank's base rate.
Investors continue to buy capital-protected products, but shy away from leverage.
New SFC rules will also force dealers to offer secondary pricing