Platforms bring structured products to the masses

Simon, Luma and Halo fuel 80% rise in volume of structured investments in US

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In the same way that Deliveroo and Netflix have transformed how consumers order their Friday night pizza and movie, a group of electronic operators are starting to change how structured products are bought and sold in the US.

Structured products – which are broadly defined as notes with embedded derivatives providing a range of payoffs – are no longer the preserve of private banks and large institutional investors. Now, a growing crowd of financial advisers and their retail clients are managing

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