The appetite of retail and private banking clients for structured products is growing fast, and forecasts suggest the market will boom in 2005. But where in the past most users would simply buy and hold structured products, now increasingly investors want to be able to treat them like any other instrument and trade the products with their changing perceptions of the market or changing needs of their portfolios.
Although most investment banks have been pouring resources into their structured
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