Suspicious minds


The Canadian market has suffered its fair share of challenges since Structured Products’ last conference in Toronto in June 2008. New regulations regarding the sale of principal-protected notes (PPNs) were only just bedding in, and yet suspicion over structured products has not faded even now. Fortunately for Canadian product providers, no Lehman Brothers-backed structured products were distributed into this market, which has been a major factor in the erosion of consumer trust in the US and

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