SocGen sates appetite for more complex structured products

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Yann Garnier, SG

The past 12 months have seen an increase in risk appetite from Asian clients for structured products, with some dealers likening this heightened appetite to pre-crisis levels – a product of the continued low interest rate environment, tightening credit spreads and low volatility across all asset classes.

To meet this demand, Societe Generale has continued to use its balance sheet to bring liquidity and structured solutions to service its Asian clients, further expanding its structured product

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