EFG Private Bank - June 2007

While structuring products may once have been the preserve of large asset management houses, private banks are starting to open their expertise in bespoke structuring to the outside world, as Rasik Ahuja, head of EFG Private Bank’s active advisory.

When private banks say that they have the expertise in producing bespoke products, it pays in more ways than one to take notice.

EFG Private Bank, nestled amid Mayfair’s leafy streets in London, is busy producing innovative bespoke products for its clients based on interest rates, currencies, commodities and merger situations. Interestingly is is also considering making some of them available to institutional investors as well.

Rasik Ahuja, head of active advisory UK at EFG, says the bank draws

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