News / Structured Products
While North American equity ETFs have had big inflows since the start of the year, those based on European equities have had huge outflows
Srikant Dash will leave S&P Indices on June 1 after 12 years at the company, to be replaced by Jim Bailey. Dash's departure will come a month ahead of the merger with Dow Jones Indexes that will see...
Third-generation, dynamic commodity strategies are on the rise as increasingly sophisticated investors seek to capitalise on fast-changing trends in commodities
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Alternative asset ETFs have seen a big increase in assets this year, and Dow Jones has joined in the trend with the licensing of a new multi-asset index for ETF creation
Link-up will allow institutional fixed-income investors to apply ESG investment strategies to their bond portfolios
The US regulator's latest letter on structured products adds a new twist to the debate, calling for pricing disclosure
A UK Financial Services Authority factsheet warns of risks relating to collateral and third-party involvement in exchange-traded products
A senior Finra official argues that structured product complexity does not always mean greater risk
The US SEC is highly sceptical of the structured products market and higher regulatory standards are on their way, says lawyer
The evaporation of fixed-income yield is set to look even more pronounced when account is taken of inflation expectations, according to an iShares report
Credit Suisse is converting more of its synthetic exchange-traded funds to the physical model, which happens to be favoured by the Swiss Financial Markets Association
Andrea Sozzi Sabatini, head of equity derivatives and structured products sales for EMEA & Latin America, and also the chief sponsor for ETFs within the UK bank, has left after his position was put ...
New product filings with the SEC show a preference for technology and ETF underlyings, and include a Bank of Montreal reverse convertible based on the stock of Whole Foods Market
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