Commodities house of the year

Structured Products Europe Awards 2010

tim-owens

JP Morgan has been the most successful in marrying liquidity and flexibility with commodities, slipping in the almost compulsory volatility control, and meeting the needs of investors who continue to pine for diversification with their returns.

Daily Liquid Notes (DLNs), which have accrued volumes of US$200 million, was one way to meet the need for transparency. The notes are a combination of features from open-end index mutual funds and exchange traded notes (ETNs). "The notes give investors

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