Getting it together

Given the growing popularity of hybrid products and corporates' increasing awareness of the multiple risks they face, banks have sought to organise their desks to best structure cross-asset-class products. Rahul Jhaveri reports


As regional investors' search for yield finds them investing in the whole gamut of asset classes through hybrid products, various banks have been moving to structure their teams accordingly. Some firms have chosen to create hybrid desks for cross-asset investments, while others liaise on a product-by-product basis, depending on the predominant asset class in the structure. Still others have formed joint ventures between desks to tackle the growing demand.

The most high-profile organisational

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