Emerging asset classes

Structured Products


Emerging market structured products have traditionally had a discrete base of end-users, but as investors continue to seek out new sources of yield, the asset class's popularity has surged.

Last year witnessed a dramatic increase in the number of synthetic emerging market collateralised debt obligations (CDOs), with several innovative transactions launched into the market. Standard & Poor's rated 21 synthetic emerging markets CDOs in 2005, compared with only seven transactions over the previous

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