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Low interest rates and tight credit spreads are fuelling increased interest for structured credit products in Asia-Pacific, according to bankers. And a growing variety of structured and hybrid products are now being marketed to Asian investors around the region.

One such product is a credit-linked note (CLN) with embedded interest rate structures, aimed at boosting the yield on a traditional CLN, says Gilbert Tse, managing director and head of structured derivatives at SG, part of

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