German investors have been buying and making money from structured products for so long that the financial crisis has been a mere hiatus - albeit a lengthy one - before progress returns. Give or take an active dislike of US investment banks and a renewed fascination with credit ratings, Germany's structured products market is now starting to look like its old self again.
This return to normality includes simpler products and shorter terms, though some retain a liking for capital guarantees. Appe
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