Best in Australia

Structured Products Asia Awards 2010

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Creating new and exciting products in the current economic climate has been a difficult task, even in the Australian market, which did not fare quite so badly as others. However, not one to stand still, RBS overcame the minefield of regulations and lured risk-averse investors with the launch of its Carpe Diem product.

Carpe Diem, so unique that RBS has filed an intellectual property claim for it, has been launched with Navra Invest, a local boutique fund manager.  “People have always wanted

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