Structured products had strong finish to 2009, says Greenwich Associates

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The global retail structured products market made a strong comeback at the end of last year, is poised to return to previous levels and may even grow in the near future, according to research by Greenwich Associates.

Barclays Capital and JP Morgan led global market penetration in 2009, with HSBC head of the US market with 79% market penetration, measured by their relationships with third-party distributors. Respondents to the survey rated Barclays Capital top for the quality of its products in

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