Education and simplicity key to Netherlands market recovery

Investors in the Netherlands are still wary of structured products. A return to simple products and boost in educational efforts is needed to overcome this, according to bankers at Structured Products' conference for the Benelux region in Amsterdam

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Netherlands bankers want a focus on simplicity and education

Investor confidence in structured products in the Netherlands has been severely hit by the crisis and it is still recovering; investors are still risk averse and concerned about counterparty risk. The solution to this is more education and simplicity, according to bankers at the Structured Products Benelux conference in Amsterdam in early June.

"The client is risk averse, there are still a lot of people looking at the situation of the market recently," says Koen Zountenbier, director of

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