Structurers must work harder to dispel structured products' risky image, warns industry

Failure to meet the needs of investors means many people still view structured products as risky investments

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The perception that structured products are too risky remains widespread among UK investors, according to market participants. This is especially the case when products are not adapted to each client’s particular requirements, says Jereme Vuillard, local head of investor solutions services market solutions at SG Hambros in London.

Vuillard emphasises that pricing models are a crucial element of investors' perception of structured products, alongside the selection process for choosing

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