Reviews / Structured Products
This Morgan Stanley kickout that matured in January returned investors’ initial capital but nothing else – a consequence of the very slow recovery in two Asia equity indexes over the past six years...
HVB Unicredit has created a multi-manager strategy on which it has based a structured product for sale in Germany. Capital is protected and volatility control is included in this eight-year, Unicredit-issued...
Credit Suisse has released a five-year leveraged return note in the US based on the Euro Stoxx 50. It offers a potential return of 90% and would suit investors expecting a gradual rise in equities who...
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A European barrier on the FTSE 100 and Euro Stoxx 50 puts capital at risk in this six-year autocall, which offers a fixed 10% in the first year, rising incrementally in subsequent years if no kickout occurs at lower trigger levels that start from year...
JP Morgan note delivers unlimited upside and returns on the downside of the iShares MSCI Emerging Markets Index Fund as long as a 76.7% barrier is not breached
StartPoint Investments has released a six-year autocall growth product backed by BNP Paribas Arbitrage Issuance that pays three times any upside in the FTSE 100. Early maturity in year three leads to the greater of a 21% return or the rise in the index...
Investec is offering UK investors a six-year autocallable with an American barrier and five-day averaging, as well as cover against issuer insolvency. Payment of the defined return is linked to the fortunes of US and UK benchmark indexes
HypoVereinsbank has produced a four-year autocallable for German investors based on Deutsche Bank stock, paying an annual 4.4% coupon. Principal is at risk if the stock breaches the final-day barrier
RBC is offering an income product that relies on the stock performance of 3D printer manufacturer 3D Systems for the return of capital, but has no such restriction on the quarterly income payment. The annualised coupon is 13.75%
Gilliat has presented UK investors with three payouts within one product, with the investor free to choose the FTSE 100, Euro Stoxx 50 or Russell 2000 as underlyings. The product is structured with a series of European call and put options
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