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Returns on more structured products could be subject to income tax rather than capital gains tax following a tightening of the law by the UK tax authority
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Structured Investment Group's first product is a six-year growth plan based on a basket of four indexes with Morgan Stanley as counterparty
Exchange-traded funds that buy call options on the underlying stocks are attracting big inflows in North America
Edhec is reminding investors that alternative indexes can have significant drawdowns
Financial Services Authority letter outlines ways in which banks and distributors are going against the spirit of the RDR
FTSE Group and the Nairobi Securities Exchange have launched the first independently calculated Kenyan sovereign debt index, underscoring increasing investor interest in Africa
Martin van Pieterson named global head of non-linear trading and investor products as Royal Bank of Scotland merges teams
Bigger employer contributions to superannuation guarantee pension schemes in Australia is encouraging more individuals to invest in self-managed super funds, spelling good news for structured produc...
Two of three new senior appointments at Arbuthnot Latham hail from rival Coutts
Susan Chan remains in post at Deutsche Bank following job losses in Hong Kong and Japan as asset classes are consolidated into one structured products group
With exchange-traded funds linked to dividends seeing big inflows, providers are now offering more targeted exposure to the sector
New rules governing the sale and distribution of structured products in Singapore are set to be put to the test with the first product issued since the Lehman Brothers bankruptcy
Banks are overcoming obstacles in Australia's structured products market by giving investors the opportunity to buy products on the secondary market
Issuers of structured products may not have enough time to rewrite their programmes before the grandfathering provision of the Prospectus Directive runs out, say lawyers
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