Structured funds house of the year

Structured funds house of the year

Andrea Sozzi Sabatini, RBS

Meeting increased investor demand for transparency while adapting to greater regulatory scrutiny and contributing to cutting-edge developments in exchange-traded funds (ETFs) has placed Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) at the forefront of structured fund innovation.

The bank has launched a total of 18 ETFs so far this year, a number indicative of its intent to increase the niche presence it has opted for. The invention this requires includes the launch of the first Commodity Trading Adviser (CTA)

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Anti-fraud product of the year: Moody’s Analytics

In a competitive landscape that demands robust risk management and compliance solutions, Moody’s Analytics has emerged as a standout vendor, securing the Anti-fraud product of the year award at the Risk Technology Awards 2023

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