Filling niches

Structured Products


Citigroup equity derivatives director Russell Catley is used to the prosperous surroundings of London's Canary Wharf or the City, but today he is sitting in the lobby of a hotel in the middle of Liverpool. The investment banker has stepped out of his usual stomping ground to reach out to the regions, and the reason, of course, is profit.

Catley is trying to sell structured products to a niche part of the UK investment industry - discretionary asset managers within stockbroking firms - that until

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