Asia Risk awards 2010: Deal of the year

Asia Risk awards 2010: Deal of the year

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Most dealers have raced for the simplest capital-protected structures to offer retail investors during the past year. But Asia Risk’s deal of the year went completely against the grain by offering retail investors seemingly ‘institutional’ levels of complexity.

Royal Bank of Scotland’s (RBS) Carpe Diem, a self-financing, principal-protected structured product based on non-recourse loans used to invest in an RBS mean-reverting high frequency trading strategy, is a complex product from a financial

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