Private placement structured products boosted by retail mandates

The use of structured products by discretionaries who are managing money on behalf of retail advisers has helped the private placement market continue growing.

Money from IFAs is going into private placement products

The UK's private placement structured products market is booming, driven in part by their use by discretionary managers who are investing retail money through mandates from independent financial advisers (IFAs).

Specialist structured products broker Catley Lakeman Securities, which was set up two years ago to serve small UK institutions, has reported an increase in earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation (Ebitda) of almost 30% for the past financial year.

Russell Catley, one

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