Netherlands: Slow rebirth of the Dutch market

Improving interest rate conditions and market stabilisation have spurred a slow rebirth in the volume of structures being sold in Netherlands this year.

“Anything which had the name structured in it was a no-go for Dutch investors in 2010,” says Koen Zoutenbier, director of structured products at Kempen, a structured products distributor in Amsterdam, noting that issuance volumes in 2010 were half those of the previous year.

Regulatory pressure in the wake of the Lehman Brothers collapse coupled with the global market relapse has made the banks in the region hesitant to create structured products, he says. But this year’s improving interest rate

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