Another month brings yet more good news about the UK structured products industry, which continues to buck the downward trend seen across the rest of Europe by posting the kind of growth figures other regions were experiencing pre-crisis. Newcastle Building Society has reported that sales of structured deposits exceeded its first quarter predictions by 50%. The firm is now advising intermediaries to prepare for further growth as volumes are expected to hit £13 billion by the year end. The

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