The Brazilian structured products market has often been touted as one with the greatest potential to expand over the next few years. Given the fact that the mainstay of other markets, the structured note, is outlawed, the industry as a whole has displayed remarkable innovation and guile in developing instruments which can replicate the flexibility of the notes.
The market currently has two dominant structures: capital-protected fund wrappers and the aptly named synthetic structured notes. Few ba
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