Accelerated growth structures help US volumes soar

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Volumes for US structured products were up 50% between April and May this year, with Bank of America overtaking Barclays Bank in terms of sales and accelerated growth products attracting more notional volumes than reverse convertibles, according to figures from UK-based valuations provider Future Value Consultants (FVC).

The rise in notional occurred across all products (except reverse convertibles) and is in contrast to low investor confidence. “What I saw in the second quarter was just complete

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