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It is an often-repeated statement that there is no such thing as a bad structure, just one that is unsuitable for a particular investor's need.

But capital protection is not without its difficulties, most of which stem from the opacity of many structures, the complexity of their financial engineering and the difficulty in making direct comparisons between structures. A dynamically adjusted constant proportion portfolio insurance (CPPI) product for example has features that cannot be directly co

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