Stepping stones

Risk-averse retail investors are shying away from fully regulated sales products that are capital at risk in favour of deposits. But structured products provide a natural stepping stone for Yorkshire Building Society to bridge this gap while delivering capital protection


The UK structured products market has experienced a renaissance in the retail sector, as investors have shied away from capital-at-risk regulated sales products and flocked towards capital-protected products. "Structured products have benefited from the uncertain market conditions that we've seen over the past 12 months," says Simon Broadley, business development manager at Yorkshire Building Society, based in Yorkshire. "We've seen a natural migration of customers from fully regulated sales

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