Europe to dominate structured products revenue pool, says JP Morgan

Structured equity derivatives will become even more Europe-dominated although the volume of structured products issued and the number of manufacturers may be limited by the implementation of new regulations, according to a report from JP Morgan


Structured equity derivatives could become an even more European business as a result of Section 716, the new US derivatives law separating the business of banking from that of the marketing and trading, according to JP Morgan in its report on global investment banks dated September 8. The US bank expects Europe, Middle East & Africa to account for 72% of its estimated $7.7 billion structured equity derivatives global revenue pool, with the Americas only accounting for 11%.

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