RBS treats German investors to emerging markets structured notes

RBS offers the exotic to German investors

Offering Chile to German investors

Meeting the desire for reward from volatility but also a return when markets trade sideways or even fall, Royal Bank of Scotland has launched a series of exchange-traded structured notes in Germany linked to emerging markets stocks from Indonesia, India and Chile.

As well as taking advantage of increasing investor appetite for emerging markets, the UK bank's notes are structured to ensure they are prepared for changes in market direction.

"We're not doing anything new; we're combining existing

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