A View on 2007: By Credit Suisse's Hans Georg Vetterlin

In the aftermath of the dotcom bubble burst, financial institutions have tried hard to regain investor attention by marketing innovative new products, providing new ways to play the markets and tailored to suit every possible risk-return profile.

Clients are becoming ever more knowledgeable about, interested in, and demanding about investments. As a result, the last years have brought about an unprecedented increase in the range and variety of underlying assets and payout structures.

Much of the

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