Building retail interest

Structured products


Walk into any High Street bank, post office or even supermarket in Europe or Asia, and the chances are you'll be able to pick up a structured product over the counter. Faced with next-to-nothing returns on bank deposits, retail investors have ploughed cash into structured products over the past few years. Now, dealers are taking their lead from the conventional market and are looking to extend their product range to meet the needs of Islamic investors. And like the conventional structured

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