Dynamic retail offerings

Chilean distributor Banchile has two distinct types of client, for which it offers very different products – capital at risk for high-net-worth investors and capital protected for retail. The protection comes with a twist, however, and can use complex dynamic strategies as the underlying, Clare Dickinson reports

Alexander Hazbun Rius, Banchile

Santiago-based Banchile’s clients tend to fall into two camps – cautious retail investors and high-net-worth individuals willing to take on slightly more risk for potential upside. With those differing segments to cater to, the bank distributes two classes of product: capital-at-risk structured funds based on structured notes and 100% principal-protected structured funds based on algorithmic underlyings.

Capital protection is important for the bank’s retail clients, who have not fully recovered

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