Structured products house of the year - Barclays Capital

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The structured products business was hit hard by the crisis, with demand all but evaporating in the months following the failure of Lehman Brothers in September 2008. Lehman had been a major issuer of structured notes, and its demise underscored to investors – in many cases for the first time – that buying a note meant they were exposed to the counterparty credit of the issuing bank. At the same time, a major drop in equity markets and spike in correlation and volatility left investors nursing h

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