Structured Products Ireland: Investors look beyond deposit-based structures to diversify

Tapping Ireland's savings pool

Irish euro
Most of Ireland's savings pool is in the form of deposits

Convincing investors that there is value to be found in structured products is difficult when a market becomes saturated with deposits. In Ireland, deposits that are covered under the government's Deposit Guarantee Scheme (DGS) and offer investors attractive returns of 20% against interest rates, are enormously popular.

It has been a clear area of continued growth, said Derek Sheehan, head of retail structured products at Ulster Bank in Dublin, at the Structured Products Ireland conference in

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