In May, RBS launched a suite of structured products linked to its proprietary dynamic strategies, which were aimed at independent financial advisers (IFAs), but decided to withdraw the range after Keydata was placed into administration by the UK Financial Services Authority on June 8. As the first tranche of products was still in subscription, Keydata later returned monies to investors and RBS began looking for a new administrator.
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