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The index providers have joined forces to launch an independent global trade body, the Index Industry Association
Absa Capital has launched five exchange-traded notes, providing investors with exposure to precious metals and currencies.
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Two of the latest structured products Wells Fargo has registered in the US public market are based on multiple underlyings, making a play on correlation. The supply registered with the US Securities...
A mass of new structured products registered in the US public market are dominated by HSBC and UBS, though Goldman Sachs stands out in terms of tenor with its five-year capital-protected note
State Street's US and Emerging Markets Dividend Aristocrats ETFs have garnered strong inflows. Now the ETF provider has extended its range to provide UK and Europe dividend exposure
Distributors in the UK are getting anxious about increased regulatory pressure. The Financial Services Authority (FSA), for example, has already fined Santander £1.5 million for launching products that...
Rating agency downgrades are expected to affect the way institutional buyers of structured products in Europe do business, say bankers. At the crux of the changes are rating agency decisions that affect...
Chan and Bakshi in for Lee at Deutsche
Emerging markets equity ETFs took a big hit in 2011. But since the start of the new year there has been a surge of investor interest in these products. And State Street and iShares are both favourin...
Seeking performance while at the same time increasingly needing to control risk makes smart beta thematic index approaches such as low volatility, minimum variance and risk-weighted strategies incre...
The Navesis-ETF platform will allow institutional traders, sell-side banks and market-makers to carry out intra-day and auction trading of exchange-traded funds
Invesco Powershares has listed two exchange-traded funds that provide exposure to high-beta stocks from emerging and developed markets
Low volatility means purchasing options is now attractive, even for higher-beta sectors, according to a Deutsche Bank strategist
The exchange will allow UK banks to issue products using its collateral secured investments (Cosi) service from the UK. Germany is also expected to be on the list to receive the extended service
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.