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Despite a strong year for the US market, many executives feel that their bonuses are not in line with reality. Writing on behalf of the Structured Products Association Negin Janati rounds up the biggest stories to emanate from the US and Canada last month


JP Morgan/Project Paradigm (New York) - The year-long trend of seasoned structured products professionals leaving "bulge-bracket" firms to launch their own platforms continues apace. Keith Styrcula will be leaving JPMorgan's US Structured Investments team in mid-January to create a new independent platform, an initiative he and his new team have code-named Project Paradigm.

Styrcula says he had been contemplating launching Project Paradigm for nearly three years, and his meetings with some of the

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