Capital protection retains its allure in Switzerland, SSPA

Structured Products continue to rise on Swiss Scoach exchange

Structured products on the Swiss Scoach exchange remain in recovery, according to figures released from the Swiss Structured Products Association (SSPA). Capital-protected products remain popular, although the volume of leveraged products has decreased, with Deutsche Bank noting a 50% fall in its turnover of these products from April 2010.

In May, the volume of structured products reached Sfr3.77 billion ($3.30 billion), up from Sfr3.68 billion in April 2010. The turnover of leveraged products

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