News / Structured Products
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
A proposed ban on the promotion of Unregulated Collective Investment Schemes and ‘similar products', drafted by the UK's Financial Services Authority, will include some structured products issued by...
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The big three providers in the US ETF market are consolidating their market share, while smaller firms are struggling
A report that warns of systemic risk arising from the increased ‘retailisation’ of structured products misses the point, say industry participants
A UK ban on commission payments to independent financial advisers will likely not be replicated in Europe, putting UK structured products at a competitive disadvantage, some participants warn
More complaints against structured capital-at-risk products were resolved in favour of UK consumers than for any other financial product investigated by the Financial Ombudsman Service last year
Issuers will have to invest more in IT following the release of new guidelines for Hong Kong’s listed structured products market
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