Hybrid structures tempt investors

Multi-asset-class structures are increasingly popular

Demand from US retail and high-net-worth investors looking to generate yield and achieve diversification is driving renewed interest in cross-market plays, according to Richard Couzens, director, head of product origination for Investor Solutions at Barclays Capital in New York. “Investors seeking to avoid specific directional views, or that want to reduce overall volatility in their portfolios, have been relatively active buyers of hybrid or multiple asset class structured products.” Barclays’

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